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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. Who is the main author of the book?
(a) Linda Lee.
(b) Gilbert Johnson.
(c) Bruce Lee.
(d) Jeet Kune Do.
2. What concept of enlightenment is used in martial arts?
3. What does Lee recommend to develop balance?
(a) Warming up.
(b) Kicking and punching.
(c) Balancing on a beam.
(d) Standing on one foot.
4. According to Bruce Lee's teachings, what expression opens thought, feeling, and will to the world of nature?
5. What does Lee suggest every muscle in the body benefits from before vigorous activity?
(a) Brisk walking.
(c) Climbing stairs.
(d) Warming up.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is an ability to recognize or provoke the right moment to act?
2. What position does Lee consider to be the most favorable and underlies all recommended techniques and skills?
3. What does Lee say there is no need for in Buddhism?
4. Lee teaches that the ripening of an individual with his being is not possible without ______.
5. Lee instructs that no-contact stopping of attacks inches in front of the target creates a false sense of _____.
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. How might exercises that imitate moves used in the event be beneficial, as Lee claims?
3. What happened in Bruce Lee's life that inspired the writing of "The Tao of Jeet Kune Do?"
4. How does Lee describe the "shortened lever" principle?
5. Do fighters in Jeet Kune Do need to be the same height and weight?
6. Why is a winning attitude important in Jeet Kune Do?
7. Why are the weapons of Jeet Kune Do parts of the body, rather than actual objects?
8. What makes Jeet Kune Do a simple martial art?
9. What do you imagine a "poker body" might look and feel like?
10. Why does the author believe Jeet Kune Do is an art?
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