And although I've seen lots of example phrases in this course that don't follow this rule of thumb, if the object of the phrase's main verb is a pronoun ('é' in this case) it generally comes at the end of the phrase. So, mar shampla, to say "I will see you tomorrow", one would use feicfidh mé amárach tú rather than feicfidh mé tú amárach.
Focloir.ie has 3 examples of "they were liked", "he was liked" and "she has liked" - they all use "thatin ... le ..."
"they were well liked" - "thaitin siad go mór le daoine", "bhí dúil mhór ag daoine iontu"
"he was liked and justly so" - "thaitin sé le daoine agus a ábhar acu", "thaitin sé le daoine agus ba mhaith an oidhe air é"
"she has liked him since she first met him" - "thaitin sé léi ón gcéad lá ar bhuail sí leis"