As far as I've searched on google
Houden ... Van - to love Vinden ... Leuk - to like
Found the info here. There a lot of different words for different relationship stages.
E12theK you give great answers! Can you help me? "ze houdt van...." ok, "she likes" Now in another sentence "ze vindt de schoenen leuk" they both say "she likes" Why the different use of words to say the same thing? I'm not comparing this to English not going there just trying to understand these uses in Dutch Thank you!
In this context, the verb reveals whether 'ze' means 'they' or 'she', since it can mean both. The conjugation of Dutch verbs tends to go like this:
Ik - houd van iedere vogel
Jij (je)/hij/zij (ze) - houdt van iedere vogel
Jullie/wij (we)/zij (ze) (all plural) - houden van iedere vogel
Hopefully this is relatively clear. The basic explanation is that zij/ze can mean 'they' or 'she', it's the verb that indicates the meaning of the pronoun.