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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 follows with the fighter lunging?
(a) A compound parry.
(b) A semicircular parries.
(c) A real evasive thrust.
(d) A false thrust.

2. How many principles does Lee outline for distance in attacks?
(a) Six.
(b) Seven.
(c) Four.
(d) Five.

3. What does Lee call the space a fighter and his opponent have in relation to each other?
(a) Following distance.
(b) Fighting measure.
(c) Two parts of a whole.
(d) Personal space.

4. What move does Lee say can be used to open the line by force or to feint before an attack?
(a) Trapping.
(b) The parry.
(c) The beat.
(d) A compound attack.

5. What does Lee say fighters may develop to maintain the distance between them?
(a) An instinctive reflex.
(b) A mental yardstick.
(c) Rhythm.
(d) Body feel.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the rhythm of the single feint?

2. Lee says that the key element of Jeet Kune Do is its _____ that permits it to have all technique.

3. What does Lee say requires preliminary analysis, preparation, and execution?

4. Lee describes the parry as a light and easy sudden ______ of the hand from inside or outside to deflect a blow from ______.

5. Lee teaches that in Jeet Kune Do, combat is a matter of _____.

Short Essay Questions

1. In Chapter 6, Lee says that footwork is better than using arms to avoid kicks or blows. Why does he emphasize footwork?

2. Why does Lee recommend making economical moves?

3. Lee died before a full and detailed explanation of attacks could be provided. Do you think the editors completed Chapter 7 successfully, or might there be important details missing?

4. How does a feint force hesitation while closing the distance?

5. Based on the teachings in Chapter 6, what do you think is the best strategy for getting an opponent off balance?

6. What might happen if a fighter parries too early?

7. Attack on preparation stops an opponent before the plan is matured. Does this attack requires physical training, mental training or both?

8. Why did Lee include courage as a principle for "distance in attack?"

9. What does Lee mean by the term, "milling on the retreat?"

10. How can a beat be used against an opponent who is fast and cannot be feinted?

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