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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 does Lee use as a strategy that causes an opponent to attack in tempo with the intent to execute a subsequent attack?
2. Which move does Lee say is effective as a counterblow, like a loose, snappy punch?
(a) The body slam.
(b) The rear cross.
(c) The jab.
(d) The hook.
3. What does Lee believe one must eliminate to rise above the limits of karma or destiny?
(a) False ideas of a separate self.
(b) False ideas of a higher power.
(c) False ideas of the ego.
(d) False ideas of physical strength.
4. Lee states that _____ requires the mind be not for or against.
5. What does Lee say is minimized with vigorous activity in warming up by rehearsing skills and raising body temperature?
Short Answer Questions
1. Lee feels that concentration and vigilance must be _____ to attack with the right timing.
2. What does Lee believe is the foundation of Jeet Kune Do?
3. What does Lee recommend to counter an attacking opponent?
4. Lee teaches that the ripening of an individual with his being is not possible without ______.
5. The success of Jeet Kune Do, Lee says, lies in its freedom to use or dispense with _____.
Short Essay Questions
1. Do fighters in Jeet Kune Do need to be the same height and weight?
2. Why does Lee mention tools of judo and ju-jitsu in Chapter 4?
3. What do you imagine a "poker body" might look and feel like?
4. Who helped Lee in the writing and publication of his book?
5. What makes Jeet Kune Do a simple martial art?
6. Why does Lee instruct that a lead hook be used carefully?
7. Why do Lee and the editor devote so much detail to the on-guard position and proper posture?
8. Why might Lee recommend imagining simple moves to counter an attacking opponent?
9. What does Lee mean when he says, "The strike should be felt before it is seen?"
10. How does Lee describe the "shortened lever" principle?
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