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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 parts of the body does Lee refer to in his instructions for slipping?
(a) Arms.
(b) Hands and feet.
(c) None.
(d) Shoulders and head.

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

3. What does Lee teach is the state one must preserve when the fighting stance is assumed?
(a) Gratitude.
(b) Spiritual freedom and non-attachment.
(c) Fearlessness.
(d) Power and control.

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

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

Short Answer Questions

1. Which move takes an opponent's hand diagonally from high to low, or the reverse?

2. What does Lee say a delayed riposte involves for a fighter?

3. What is a balanced forward advance of the body through a series of short sliding steps forward?

4. What technique does Lee describe that requires three factors be understood, including the opponent lead to determine the open side of the opponent?

5. What does Lee say is the highest priority as techniques mastered are forgotten to float in totality?

Short Essay Questions

1. Why are direct attacks rare in Jeet Kune Do?

2. What might a fight look like where two fighters have different fighting measures?

3. Lee describes the speed of a simple attack as both "smooth and explosive." How might it be possible to achieve this state?

4. What type of pressure does Lee imply is used in envelopment?

5. What state of mind should one have when assuming the fighting stance?

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

7. How does an empty mind help a fighter?

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

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

10. Lee writes, "Effort should be applied to the work to be done as if nothing particular is happening. " Name an example from everyday life and how this principle might work.

(see the answer keys)

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