So, basically "je" can be eats or they, right? I was really confused on this.
yes. it's accusative form of "one" and present third person singular form of "jeść"
This explanation fails. Them never refers to one person. (don't_tread_on_me below seems to have a good answer.)
Should it accept "This woman likes it?" The highlight is telling me that "je" is also accusative for "it".
How to say it? "Ta kobieta lubi jeść" (This woman likes to eat), or closer to your sentence, "Ta kobieta lubi jedzenie" (could be interpreted as the noun 'food' or the gerund 'eating').
I got confused, because I know "je" means eats, but then I realized it can also be a personal pronoun. I first read "this woman eats likes".
"ich" is 'masculine personal plural', "je" is 'not masculine-personal plural'.
So "Lubię ich" is "I like them" and that means that 'they' are 'a group with at least one man'. For example "I like John and Susan".
"Lubię je" is... well, for anything else. It may be "I like Anna and Susan", it may be "I like cats" or "I like flowers".
Jellei this is really clear. Did I miss something in the 'lightbulb' section? I looked but didn't see it.
There are very few skills with Tips&Notes (the 'lightbulb' section), unfortunately.
doesn't 'je' also mean 'her' I said 'this woman likes her and I can't see why it is wrong