One more practical technique needed in games.
This time, you are the attacker.
You touched the white stone at E7 and then white attacked back with F6.
What's the best next move?
When you extend from the stone at E6 playing D6, you strengthen the stones increasing their freedom from 2 to 4.
You can also extend towards the bottom as below.
The direction you should extend depends on the situation.
You don't need to think about it for now, but remember to "extend".
If black didn't extend, what would happen?
Probably, white will attack the stone at E6.
You should have continued attacking White after playing E6, playing E7.
It’s time to practice!
Hold out your stone after being slapped in the face.
There are two right answers. Find them both!
Remember that an extension move can protect your stones.
Your turn.Try again.