Can we say "ja lubię ciasteczka"?
Yes, we can. It's just easier to omit the pronoun, as the verb is in a different form. :)
is the ę sound in lubię different from other "ę"s in other words?I think it sounds different
Generally, you pronounce it the same way in most words, but in some we don't emphasize it much. Especially endings like here 'Lubię, śpię, myślę' are usually pronounced like normal Polish 'e'.
this is making me hungry...
Why are Russian and Polish so close? Just curious...
also there are so called false friends. (words that sound alike but do not mean the same,
Russian любить means both love and like, but Polish lubić, means only like.
Lubimy is for what again? Like we or she or jhshdhdhdhd
Someone please provide this lubie lubisz thing in a table form!
Am i the only one getting confused with all the diffwrent ways to say like and have?
It all depends on the grammatical person in the sentence.
The cookie monster would say
Cant really tell when i should say i or you in this libię.
"lubię" is the first person singular, I.
Lubię sounds like любить in russian.
In russian the verb любить has 2 meanings 1. love 2. like
In polish lubie means only like or it can be also "love" like russian language?
It's only "to like", so it's problematic for Russian speakers. "kochać" is "to love".