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Yo soy, and Soy are both correct. Yo means "I" and Soy means "I am." It is redundant to say Yo soy - but it is perfectly correct. The language allows either one.
When deciding whether or not to use "un" or "una" you should determine the gender of the noun. In this case it is "boy."
if "niño" means "child" rather than boy, then who can tell me how to say "boy" in Spanish? Do those two words differ?
Yo sounds like "jo", correct? That's what I'm hearing; is the y sound pronounced like a j?
pronouncing the words like 'un' or 'una', since we begin to learn the words by mentally pronouncing them and they get established in mind. Is it the 'un' in 'unless' etc, or, as in 'moon'?