register, sign in, check in

wanabee

Senior Member
Japanese
Dear all,

She registered at the reception desk and went into the gym.
She checked in at the reception desk and went into the gym.
She signed in at the reception desk and went into the gym.

I made up the sentences. She was a member of the gym and every member was required to write their name on the list at the reception every time they wanted to enter the place.
Are the three all appropriate to describe her action?

I would appreciate any comments.
 
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    I'd say . . .

    She registered - OK, but not as good as 'signed in'.

    She checked in - This is more appropriate at a hotel.

    She signed in - To me, the most natural.
     

    gwbook4

    Senior Member
    Castellano
    I'd say . . .

    She registered - OK, but not as good as 'signed in'.

    She checked in - This is more appropriate at a hotel.

    She signed in - To me, the most natural.

    Hello!

    And at a hotel? Would these be appropriate?

    I'd like to register.
    I'd like to check in.


    Thank you!
     
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