. Date1993TitleFatal Instinct
Expanded context: studios in London for the latest photographs of Lady Di naked in the bath. Ned and Laura push their way through the crush of REPORTERS. INT. COURTROOM - DAY Spectators pour through several turnstiles, shoving in their tokens. TV cameras have been set up to broadcast the trial. A UNIFORMED THEATER USHER escorts JURY MEMBERS in, checks their tickets, hands them programs and directs them to their seats. Ned and Laura sit at the defense table, next to Lana... who is oblivious to everything, deeply engrossed in a pocket video game. Ned looks toward the gallery and does a disturbed take. It's Lola!... sitting
But L.G. Alexander says in his RIGHT WORD WRONG WORD (TEST YOURSELF) 35 to use 'examine your ticket'.
I'd like to know if we can use both 'examine' and 'check' with the noun 'ticket' and if so, is there any difference between them?
Thank you very much.