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    • 所屬考試大學英語四級試題庫
    • 試題題型【聽力 Section A】
    Questions 3 and 4 are based on the news report you have just heard.

    • A.Finding cheaper ways of highway construction.
    • B.Generating electric power for passing vehicles.
    • C.Providing clean energy to five million people.
    • D.Testing the efficiency of the new solar panel.
    • A.They can stand the wear and tear of natural elements.
    • B.They can be laid right on top of existing highways.
    • C.They can only about half an inch thick.
    • D.They are made from cheap materials.
    • 參考答案:B,C
    • 解題思路:News Report 2:

          Last week, France announced that the country will pave 621 miles of road with solar panels over the next five years with the goal of providing cheap, renewable energy to five million people. Called the Ward Way, the roads will be built through joint efforts with the French road building company Colas and the National Institute of Solar Energy. The company spent the last five years developing solar panels that are only about a quarter of inch thick and are strong enough to stand up to heavy highway traffic without breaking or making the roads more slippery. The panels are also designed so that they can be installed directly on top of the existing roadways, making them relatively cheap and easy to install. France is the first country to kick around the idea of paving its roads with solar panels. In November 2015, the Netherlands completed a 229-foot long bike path paved with solar panels as a test for future projects. However, this is the first time a panel has been designed to be laid directly on top existing roads and the first project to install the panels on public highways.

      3: What was France’s purpose of constructing the Ward Way?

      4: What is special about the solar panels used in the Ward Way?