The forms of you and me.

Hello, I am quite new to learning Spanish and, as a native English speaker, I've been able to pick up a basic level of understanding pretty quickly; however, there is one feature of Spanish grammar still seriously eludes me. I don't understand when it's appropriate to use tú vs te or ti. For example: "you are a woman" is "tú eres una mujer" but "I see you" is "te veo and "I ate without you" is "Comí sin ti" Is this just a feature of some of verbs or is a particular construction they can applied to any verb? In either case, can anyone either give some examples of verbs that it applies to or explain how/when to use this particular construction?

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