Basically, I have the full intertemporal model (the two period model) with the consumer, firm, and government, complete with the investment. And there is this question: Determine an equilibrium path with the case in which workers have a preference shock that reduces the disutility from work $h-l$ in first period. Preferences are back to normal in second period. Note: $h$ is the number of hours available to work, $l$ is the number of hours spent on leisure, so essentially $h-l$ is the number of hours spent working.
What is this question trying to ask? If I understand the question, I probably will be able to answer.