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郑州中考网1月8日 My son Joey was born with club feet. The doctors said that with treatment he would be able to walk, but would never run very well. The first three years of his life was ___1___ in hospital. By the time he was eight, you wouldn't know he has a problem when you saw him ___2___.
Children in our neighborhood always ran around ___3___ their play, and Joey would jump and ran and play, ___4___. We never told him that he probably wouldn't be ___5___ to run like the other children. So he didn't know.
In ___6___ grade he decided to join the school running team. Every day he trained. He ran more than any of the others, ___7___ only the top seven runners would be chosen to run for the ___8___. We didn't tell him he probably would never make the team, so he didn't know.
He ran four to five mile every day—even when he had a fever. I was ___9___, so I went to ___10___ him after school. I found him running ___11___. I asked him how he felt. “Okay,” he said. He has two more miles to go. Yet he looked straight ahead and kept ___12___.
2. D。根据前文中The doctors said that with treatment he would be able to walk，可知医生认为作者的儿子在经过治疗后是能够走路的。因此可推出此处是“在他8岁时，当你看到他走路，你察觉不出他有什么问题”。故答案选D