Soy and estoy are the same?
Can we use Soy Feliz or estoy feliz?
Spanish, I would like to suggest that you do a search on the Asnwers section with the terms "ser estar" (put it just like that on the search box).
The difference between "ser" and "estar" is extremely difficult for English speakers to pick up, because in English you have only one choice: "to be".
Hopefully one of the many threads that have been started on the subject can shed some light for you.
The short answer to your immediate question is no, it´s not the same.
"Soy Feliz" means "I am a happy person". "Estoy Feliz" means "I am happy right now"
It would be estoy becasue:
SER: Permanant ESTAR: Temporary
Since "happy" is a feeling, you wont always feel like that therefore it is temporary. Estoy.
estoy feliz this also means present time, action that is happening at the moment soy feliz you are happy already. I hope this help you
yes!! that's right
estoy feliz you're talking about how you feel so you use estar