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Hong Kong - Relief. Students will have 5 minutes to study the information in Atlas about the relief in Hong Kong. 1. The highest mountain in Hong Kong is _______ . Lantau Peak. Sunset Peak. Tai Mo Shan. Tate’s Cairn. 2. What is the height of the highest mountain in Hong Kong ?. 957 m.

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1.The highest mountain in Hong Kong is _______.

Lantau Peak

Sunset Peak

Tai Mo Shan

Tate’s Cairn

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3.Which of the following description about the relief in Hong Kong is INCORRECT ?

Hilly with limited flatland

Long and irregular coastline

Mountains extend from NW to SE

With many islands

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4.The biggest island in Hong Kong is ___________.

Hong Kong Island

Lantau Island

Lamma Island

Cheung Chau

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5.The largest piece of lowland is located in _______.

NW of the New territories

SE of the New territories

South of Hong Kong Island

Central part of the New territories

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7.Which of the following river is NOT found in Hong Kong ?

Ng Tung River

Liuxihe

Lam Tsuen River

SheungYue River

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8.The gradient of most natural slopes in Hong Kong is ________.

65°above

45°- 60°

15°- 35°