So I came across this sentence:
Ho un lavoro per te.
Someone explains the reason to use "te" instead of "ti" is because "ti" is clitic (unstressed), while "te" is tonic (stressed), and clitics should be placed before the verb. However, I still don't understand what "stressed" means. When shall I use tonics and when shall I use clitics? Is it only a fancy way to say word in different position in a sentence?
For example, can I say "ti ho lavoro"? Grazie.