Would this also be how you say "The children (some specific children) like milk"? Or is there are a different form to say that?
is there a certain way to conjugate the verbs? like a pattern? In German if you talk about yourself the verb usually ends in -e, if I say you it usually ends in -st. Is there any pattern for Polish?
Yes, but it's complicated. There are several classes of verb with different endings, and conjugation can depend not just on person and number, but gender.
"Lubić" is a second-conjugation verb, so in the present tense its conjugation is "lubię, lubisz, lubi" in the singular and "lubimy, lubicie, lubią" in the plural. (Luckily, gender doesn't matter here in the present tense)
Bryan, at http://www.tastingpoland.com/language/verb/verb_infinitives.html you can find a lot of verbs with their conjugations.
'Children like milk' is what the dairy and meat industries would really like to make sure that all adults know.
It's just the last few ones it always had you before it when it could still mean it without the "you" ie "You like apples?" And "Like apples"
It's like that - In Polish I am = Ja jestem , and jestem is always I, so you can skip it, it's unnecessary. In polish not only "be" changes depending on person I/thou/he,she,it/we/ you all/ they(men),they(not men) but all verbs
"you child like milk" is different from "child likes milk".
in polish you children like milk= (wy) dzieci lubicie mleko.
children like milk = dzieci lubią mleko
we skip pronouns because
lubię can only mean I like
lubisz You/Thou like
lubimy We like
lubicie You (plural) like