Looking at your comments on the "we hear you" lesson, you said we cannot omit the 'my' in 'my was słyszymy' because we cant start with a pronoun.
1) Is that comment still true for this phrase? ie. ’Kochasz mnie' is ok but ’mnie kochasz' is not?
2) If so, can the phrase 'mnie kochasz' be fixed by starting it with 'ty' (as in your example of 'my was słyszymy')
3) And if so, if we DO ever use 'ty', do we then have to have 'ty mnie kochasz' or would 'ty kochasz mnie' still be ok, even though the 'ty' becomes unnecessary?
1) Yes, "Mnie kochasz?" would sound really strange.
2) "Ty mnie kochasz?" is better, but it sounds to me like "Wait... I thought that nobody loves me, but what you're saying... You love me?"
3) We also discourage putting pronouns (and adverbs) at the end ;) If there's another, correct place, of course. "Ty kochasz mnie?" really doesn't sound great to me.
In conclusion: the only really natural way of asking someone "Do you love me?" is "Kochasz mnie?".
And the best alternative would be "Czy ty mnie kochasz?". But as I said, it's kinda formal, a bit... dramatic, like from a soap opera? You know, such feelings about wordings are of course subjective.