ASK A QUESTION Difference between soy buena and estoy bien?
I really can't work this out...two different way of saying 'I'm good' or would they be used in different situations? Answers on a postcard!
Soy buena - I am good, I am a good person.
Estoy bien - I am well, I am feeling fine.
Have a look at this compilation on the difference between ser and estar, it will really help you .
Soy buena: ser classifies or defines, so you are classifying yourself as a good .
Estoy bien: estar indicates states (surprise!), and "bien" is an adverb that indicates how the state is.