Unit 2 Robots
If life were a book and you were the author, how would you like the story to go? That is the question that __1__ my life forever.
One day I went home from the training of snowboarding with what I thought was the flu, and less than 24 hours later, I was in a __2__ on life support with less than two percent __3__ of living. It wasn't until days later that the doctors diagnosed me with a __4__ blood infection. Over the __5__ of 2.5 months, I lost the hearing in my left ear and both my legs below the knee. When my parents __6__ me out of the hospital, I __7__ that I had been put together like a patchwork (拼缝物) doll and I had to live with __8__ legs. I was absolutely physically and emotionally broken, __9__ streaming down.
But I knew in order to move forward, I had to let go of the Old Amy and __10__ the New Amy. It was at this moment that I asked myself that significant __11__. And that is when it __12__ me that I didn't have to be five-foot-five anymore, __13__ I could be as tall as I wanted. And __14__ of all, I can make my feet the size of all the shoes. So there were __15__ here.
Four months later, I was back upon a __16__. And this February, I won two Board World Cup gold medals, __17__ me the highest ranked snowboarder in the world.
So, instead of looking at our __18__ and our limitations as something __19__ or bad, we can begin looking at them as a wonderful __20__ that can be used to help us go further than we ever know we could go.
解析：选A 第4空前的“the doctors diagnosed me with”表明作者住进了医院。