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Martial arts is a form of fighting and it contributes greatly on training beginners to self-defend There are a total of 10 levels to achieve in martial arts 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest Level 1 is represented by the white belt and level 10 is represented by the black belt The black belt is only given to the trainer once his sensei or teacher feels like the student has earned it If the sensei does not feel that the trainee is ready for the black belt then he will reject him It takes a long time to gain the senseis trust and achieve his high expectations martial art Just like the relationship of the sensei and trainee in Shakespeares Henry IV Part 1 Hal tries to gain his fathers trust so he can become prince once and for all However the king sees Hal as a dishonoured child that is misled by the darkness of the tavern Of course Hal shows his father how trustworthy he can be by leading the battle of Shrewsbury with him and saving King Henrys life Hal meets the high expectations of his father and becomes prince like he was intended to be On the other hand King Henry obtains his crown by killing the previous king and then receiving the help of the nobles to get him to where he is now King Henry obtains his supremacies by relying on others manipulating his associates to gain their limited trust and by betraying his companions while Hal becomes crowned prince by relying on his father and betraying his friends of the tavern King Henry and Hal attain power over the ruling classes manipulating the citizens of Wales First King Henry uses his authoritative power to let the people know that there is nothing to fear and he righteously earned his place on the throne When King Henry addresses Hal arguing with him he lets him know
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