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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Which Jeet Kune Do technique moves the body with a blow, thereby nullifying its value?
(a) Slipping.
(b) Body thrust.
(c) Punching.
(d) Rolling.

2. What does Lee suggest Jeet Kune Do students should be alert to?
(a) Interchangeable opposites.
(b) The rigidity of dual comprehension.
(c) Time and space.
(d) Technical cunning.

3. What does Lee believe opens spiritual insight?
(a) Nirvana.
(b) Fencing.
(c) Meditation.
(d) Jeet Kune Do.

4. In Chapter 7, Lee suggest an immediate _____ is most effective because it occurs immediately after a(n) _____.
(a) Attack/Counterattack.
(b) Riposte/Parry.
(c) Block/Kick.
(d) Counterattack/Attack.

5. What types of fighters does Lee describe who consider the why, how, and when of each successive encounter?
(a) Thoughtful.
(b) Black belts.
(c) Intellectual.
(d) Mechanical.

6. What does Lee say changes continuously with the speed, agility, and control of fighters?
(a) Advantage.
(b) Energy.
(c) Mobility.
(d) Distance.

7. What does Lee conclude is based on feints and actions connected to them?
(a) Jeet Kune Do.
(b) Martial arts.
(c) Boxing.
(d) All sports.

8. Lee claims that Jeet Kune Do is not just technique but is a matter of _____ and _____.
(a) Circumference/Circles.
(b) Personal spirituality/Physique.
(c) Learning/Doing.
(d) Becoming/Analysis.

9. The _____ in the high line of engagement starts under the opponent's hand, and in the low line starts over the opponent's hand.
(a) Simple parry.
(b) Circular parry.
(c) Compound parry.
(d) Semicircular parry.

10. Which attacks does Lee describe that are started by the fighter to score by pace, fraud, or force?
(a) Simple.
(b) Counter.
(c) Compound.
(d) Primary.

11. A _____ snaps the body from a straight lead to miss an opponent blow.
(a) Parry.
(b) Duck.
(c) Snap back.
(d) Counter.

12. Lee believes one should keep his mind in a state of _____ so the freedom of action is never _____.
(a) Consciousness/Affected.
(b) Joy/Impacted.
(c) Contemplation/Disturbed.
(d) Emptiness/Obstructed.

13. Compound attacks are characterized as _____ with short, fast combinations, or _____ with deep, penetrative, and fast combinations.
(a) Simple/Complex.
(b) Snappy/Loaded.
(c) Speedy/Long.
(d) Crispy/Uncrispy.

14. What move does Lee teach for forcing the opponent to move to avoid an apparent attack?
(a) The escape.
(b) The parry.
(c) The feint.
(d) The counter attack.

15. According to Lee, how are the psychic hindrances of man and surroundings eliminated?
(a) Through eliminating negative thoughts and feelings.
(b) Through the process of mastering technical knowledge.
(c) Through living in harmony with nature.
(d) Through a rigid martial arts practice.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Lee recommend combining with a parry when fighting an opponent who is faster, taller, or has longer reach?

2. Even the desire to _____, Lee says, is an attachment.

3. What does Lee say will vary according to the opponent's skill and training?

4. What does Lee say is made when a fighter decides or opponent movement occurs or fails?

5. What move does Lee say can be used to open the line by force or to feint before an attack?

(see the answer keys)

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