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

    BCN
    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
    Spanish-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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