B-but tomato is a fruit!
The 'the' does not make sense: 'I like vegetables' is a general statement, which would be matched by: 'except for tomatoes'.
I don't understand why it's warzywa rather than warzywo, and pomidora instead of pomidor? Are these the endings that they get when the words are objects?
Firstly, "vegetables" are plural, so it's "warzywa" in Nominative. "lubić" takes Accusative, which looks the same for not masculine-personal plural.
Secondly, "oprócz" takes Genitive, so that's the Genitive form of "pomidor".
When to use ''bez'' or ''oprócz ''
Well, it's simply "without" versus "except for", I'd say.
Oh yes, of course, thank you !
Gdy jesteś polką i uczysz się polskiego
Dlaczego uczysz języka gdy jesteś Polką? Nie mieszkasz w Polsce?