"Do you like them?"
ich is the accusative of oni
je is the accusative of one (and ono, but it's not relevant here)
So yes. It all depends on the precise meaning.
In contex (those two short words have other meanings too)
Je - accusative plural ( not male personal)
ich - accusative plural (male personal)
so it you like the men, the boys - ich
the women, the children, the dogs, the pencils - je
You can form questions in Polish by simply adding the question mark at the end of sentence, and changing the way you say it, especially in informal, short sentences, but it is advised that learners use czy, as
1) it is easier to tell that they want to form a question when they struggle with pronunciation, and
2) they learn to use czy, which is necessary in longer sentences and in formal situations
If the sentence is longer than literally two words, it often sounds very clumsy to put a pronoun at the end. Your sentence would sound strange to me.
It seems like Czy ich lubisz is not accepted either. If I want to use Czy then I have to say Czy ty ich lubisz? Is this an exception to the rule about optional pronouns?
I'd say so. Someone could say that, yeah, but it does seem rather clumsy.
"Czy" is optional, right? So if you omitted it in your sentence, you'd end up with "Ich lubisz?" and this really is just wrong. But if you omitted it in "(Czy) ty ich lubisz?", it makes some sense. But mostly it sounds as an expression of surprise.
"lubić" takes Accusative. The Accusative form of "one" is "je", and of "oni" is "ich". So yes, "ich" is also accepted if you mean a group of people with at least one man.
For "Do you like her?" you need "Lubisz/Lubicie ją?"
I'm still very confused on what people mean when they say a word is genitive, accusative, personal and etc. When I try looking them up, all I can find is Polish translations of the word.
mate im polish and i know the answer and i got it wrong... bruh you aint gonna tellme im wrong. i chose (LUBISZ ICH) and i got it wrong... fix that cause its right
"I chose"? Do you mean that it was 'check all the correct answers' exercise? Because if so, then there are 4 starred versions: "[Lubisz/Lubicie] [ich/je]?" - and you have to check every correct answer that is suggested to you in such an exercise.
I wrote "czy je lubicie" and was marked wrong for omitting the "wy." Why is the "wy" not understood?
I'd recommend either "Lubicie je?" or "Czy wy je lubicie?", but it's not that "Czy je lubicie?" is wrong... added now.
If you have the possibility to avoid putting a pronoun at the end of the sentence, avoid it. You can easily say either "Lubisz je?" or "Czy ty je lubisz?".
hi dagmara310422 - I echo your comment. I did the same - I'm also of Polish origin...but I'm guessing that starting a sentence with an accusative pronoun is probably not good Polish. I tried it again with 'Czy' in front, and as Jellei advised, stick the 'ich' afterwards i.e. ''Czy ich lubisz'' - and that got accepted. Perhaps you and I have learnt/heard too many shortcuts? it's why Im doing DL as my weak Polish is full of grammatical holes..