I'm only working module 5 right now, but I found a phrase in a higher level that does not seem to have the right conjugation for "Ich mache". Can somebody please have a look at it? If by adding "doch" to the phrase it changes the conjugation to mach... well I have my doubts. Probably a typo, but the audio makes me wonder. I really can't hear the mach(E) but only mach doch.
In lesson 15.2 http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/112
D) Ich mach doch nur Spaß. - 10:31 in audio.
E) I'm only joking.
In lesson 5.8 http://members.rocketlanguages.com/lessons/76
D) Ich mache nur Spaß. <= based on Paul and Byron's comments below, the e should be removed.
E) I’m only making fun.
Thanks so much.
This Rocket German Quiz has been fixed to use spaß:
Byron is right that mach is used colloquially (every day language) and is not conjugated. http://contribute.dict.cc/?action=show-history&id=582373
So that leads me to think that the first lesson is wrong.