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I am good is not the same as I am fine. I am good would refer to the inherent goodness of a person, as in, is that a bad person or a good person. When asked how you are doing. To say, "I am good" is bad grammar in English, so the answer to "Ca va" should not include "I am good"...only I am fine.
you can tell the difference because if the end of the sentence ends with a question mark, you say "how are you?" but if it ends in a exclamation mark, then it tells you you have to answer the question for example, "i am ok!" it was kind of hard at first because sometimes i like to rush but you just have to take your time