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  • So Nick, what happens to Tom's PPF when he buys the tractor?
  • Um, oh, I dunno. I'm too dumb for this class.
  • Nick, that's not true. Yesterday, you told me the effect of improved technology on PPFs. Can you remember what you said?
  • Um, yeah. They go shift outwards, right?
  • Good effort! You applied the principle correctly.
  • Exactly. So what happens in this case to Tom?
  • Er... his PPF will shift outwards, because the new tractor is an improvement in technology?
  • Now, don't ever tell me you're too dumb to be in my class, because I don't accept that.
  • Um, OK Mr Edmunds... Can I go now?
  • Anna, you did a great job in this paper in terms of vivid description. What I need now is more autobiographical significance. Try to explain why it was important to you, and see if you can stress something universal that the reader can relate to.
  • OK, thanks
  • Maria – your grammar is really improving quickly. Good job! You used semi-colons and colons very effectively in this essay. Now let's focus on consistent verb tenses. Please re-read the paper and identify 3 cases where you move between the present tense and the past tense. Try to correct them.
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