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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What position does Lee prefer, because it is an area of weakness for most people?
(a) On-guard position.
(b) A low-line position
(c) A thrust.
2. Which move does Lee say is effective as a counterblow, like a loose, snappy punch?
(a) The jab.
(b) The rear cross.
(c) The body slam.
(d) The hook.
3. What does Lee call a group of routines, ideas, and traditions that defeat freedom?
(a) The daily grind.
(b) Classical styles.
(d) Warming up.
4. What state of mind should a student have while in combat?
5. When the opponent's hand or leg is within reach, the fighter can gain _____ of it for subsequent attack.
Short Answer Questions
1. Lee feels that concentration and vigilance must be _____ to attack with the right timing.
2. What can the fighter use to cause his opponent to try to slow down to insure the success of a strike?
3. What is the fragment of time within a cadence that is most suitable for effective action?
4. What does Lee use as a strategy that causes an opponent to attack in tempo with the intent to execute a subsequent attack?
5. Lee states that a skillful athlete is characterized by his ease of _____ regardless of effort.
Short Essay Questions
1. Who helped Lee in the writing and publication of his book?
2. Why do Lee and the editor devote so much detail to the on-guard position and proper posture?
3. How does Lee describe muscle tension working like a brake?
4. Why does Lee suggest a wooden doll has no ego?
5. When is reaction time longer?
6. Name one of Lee's timing exercises that a fighter can practice.
7. Why does Lee instruct that a lead hook be used carefully?
8. A moon seen under the waves is proposed as an example of moving and not moving. What would be another example of moving and not moving?
9. What is the benefit of determining cadence?
10. How is reaction time measured?
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