bosquejo y narración

Discussion in 'Spanish-English Vocabulary / Vocabulario Español-Inglés' started by Del Arbol, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. Del Arbol Senior Member

    EE.UU. English
    Mi profesora ha asignado tarea con instrucciones que contienen la frase 'bosquejo y narración.' A mi no tiene sentido.

    Aquí estan las instrucciones completas: "Escribe una propuesta para el proyecto; Bosquejo y narración (2 paginas total)."

    Creo que Bosquejo significa 'outline' ¿pero narración?

    Gracias antemano :)
  2. crises

    crises Senior Member

    EU Spanish/Catalan
    Bosquejo is an art term (sketch), but it also refers to a vague idea of something. I wouldn't use it unless I'd talk about drawing.

    Maybe she's asking the outline and final text of the project, but I'm not sure.
  3. isabel.eim

    isabel.eim Senior Member

    Caracas, Venezuela
    Bosquejo makes reference to outline. About "narración" I think it means the whole writing and analysis of your proposal, the next and final step after the outline. It could be writing.

    I agree with you though. It sounds really weird in Spanish. But I think she was trying to say what I've already explained.
    Last edited: Oct 19, 2009
  4. Del Arbol Senior Member

    EE.UU. English
    Gracias a los dos.

    Thank you both for your time.

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