This is probably a simple question because I am only up to lesson 1.4, but what is the difference between using soy and estoy? Amy said "soy" means "I'm" and I've noticed she uses it in reference to occupation and where you are from, and "estoy" for "I am" usually with a verb after it. I get them mixed up at times and I think I'll remember it better if I know the reasons for each use :)
If someone already posted a thread on this, I would appreciate the link! Sorry if this is an ignorant question or is just something I should not be thinking about this early on.