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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 teach a fighter may minimize by feinting, changing body position or using a variety of attacks and defenses?
(a) Danger of a counter.
(c) Losing balance.
(d) Appearing weak.
2. What is the rhythm of the single feint?
3. What does Lee say fighters may develop to maintain the distance between them?
(b) Body feel.
(c) An instinctive reflex.
(d) A mental yardstick.
4. Which Jeet Kune Do technique anticipates the opponent's punch or kick and steps back to take advantage of the opponent's openings?
(c) The sliding roll.
5. What action does Lee say the feint lures the opponent into making?
(a) A kick.
(b) A parry.
(c) A feint.
(d) A punch.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Lee, how should the movements of an opponent who is very fast and cannot be feinted, be countered?
2. What does Lee say is consciously unconscious and unconsciously conscious at the same time?
3. What does Lee say changes continuously with the speed, agility, and control of fighters?
4. Lee believes that footwork during fighting is preferable to _____.
5. What does Lee say is made when a fighter decides or opponent movement occurs or fails?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Lee recommend making economical moves?
2. What state of mind should one have when assuming the fighting stance?
3. How does rhythm prepare the fighter in Jeet Kune Do?
4. How does an empty mind help a fighter?
5. What might happen if a fighter parries too early?
6. Why does Lee feel that Jeet Kune Do is not just a technique?
7. Describe Lee's concept of the circle with no circumference.
8. How does a feint force hesitation while closing the distance?
9. Attack on preparation stops an opponent before the plan is matured. Does this attack requires physical training, mental training or both?
10. What makes a good feint in Jeet Kune Do threatening?
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