Me again,

I thought I would start a different forum with some questions I am working on today. Some of this is very basic stuff but what I am finding about leanring a new language is that you can learn sentences and how to say some basic things very easily. However, when you want to start constructing your own sentences you realise how difficult it can be. At that point the basics seem to be quite difficult. Verbs in particular.

I recorded as part of my assesment, 5 minutes of me talking about my family, what I do for work etc etc

Me llamo Gee, Soy de Londres pero ahora en vivo Milton Keynes. Tengo cuatro hermanos y una hermana. Estoy treintidos (treinta y dos)???

Tengo dos ninos. Una hijo llamo Edan y una hija llamo Evie-May. etc etc

The questions I have are the following....

When do I used soy and estoy? They both confuse me. They both me I'm or I am

ser and estar are another that confuse me.
GeeMe again,

Me llamo Gee. Soy de Londres pero ahora en vivo en Milton Keynes. Tengo cuatro hermanos y una hermana. Tengo treinta y dos años.
Tengo dos niños. Una hijo llamado Edan y una hija llamada Evie-May.

Ser/estar is a frequently asked question; if you search in the forum you'll find a lot of threads about that. But basically, "ser" is used when you want to express features of someone/something. Examples: yo soy tonto (I'm silly), ella es una mujer vieja (she's an old woman), la casa es grande (the house is big).
"Estar" express states. Examples: él está enamorado (he's in love), nosotros estábamos perdidos (we were lost).
GeeMe llamo Gee, soy de Londres pero ahora vivo en Milton Keynes. Tengo treinta y dos [años]. Tengo cuatro hermanos y una hermana.

[Por otro lado], tengo dos niños. Mi hijo se llama Edan y mi hija, Evie-May, etc.
Corregido.
Q: When do I used soy and estoy? They both confuse me. They both me I'm or I am
First of all, when you metion age, you must use "tengo": Tengo 32 años.
Read more uses of ser and estar here .

Saludos