|John|| Tut duzhe harna pryroda. |
here very nice nature
|Here is very beautiful nature.|
|Maryanna|| Tobi podobayetsya? |
|You like it?|
|John|| Meni duzhe podobayetsya. |
me very pleases
|I like it a lot.|
|Maryanna|| Dobre. Koly my pryyidemo v selo? |
good when we will-come in village
|Good. When will we arrive in the village?|
|John|| Cherez hodynu. |
|After an hour.|
There are two ways to say that you like something. Youve already learned one of them.
Ty lyubysh Lviv?
We can also use the word podobayetsya which means [pleases] or [is pleasing to].
Tobi podobayetsya Lviv means [You like Lviv] or, more literally, [Lviv is pleasing to you].
Meni podobayetsya Lviv means [I like Lviv] or, more literally, [Lviv is pleasing to me].
If no object is specified, as in the question:
The phrase just means [It is pleasing to me].