So to say you like something, you you could say:
and to say something like "I speak Japanese", you could say:
So say I wanted to say I like to speak Japanese, how could I combine the two sentences?
You need to nominalize the verb phrase, because 好き is an adjective and can only modify a noun. The way you do that in Japanese is to add a nominalizer (in this case, の）to the verb phrase:
日本語を話す = I speak Japanese
日本語を話すの = the act of speaking Japanese
Now you can put them together and say:
Literally: "As for me, the act of speaking Japanese is liked." Note that you can only nominalize a verb when it's in a short form, not ます form: