"My sisters like me."
Translation:Moje siostry mnie lubią.
So can pronouns in any scenario be place before OR after the verb and still have the same meaning?
Yes. In this sentence it's better if you put 'mnie' before because it sounds more proper and it is also easier to say. ;)
The only difference it can make on the meaning of the sentence is the emphasis on a certain word right?
There are two plurals: 'masculine personal' and 'not masculine-personal'. The first one's pronoun is "moi", the second uses "moje".
The first one is used for 'groups of people including at least one man'. The other is for... well, everything else. As 'sisters' do not include a man, they are not masculine-personal and therefore they are "moje siostry".
Okay. And "moje" is also used for feminine singular, correct? For example, my sister is moje siostra?
Feminine is "moja": moja siostra. "moje" is also used for neuter singular: moje dziecko, moje drzewo, moje łóżko, moje życie.