Both are correct. The first one is more casual although it could become more casual if you combined the "I am" and make it "I'm." The second one sounds more specific and formal. I would use formality as much as possible to give the right message and delivery. Adjectives, pronouns, phonology, and just grammar in general alone without the tangible in life could make the world a more interesting place. English is my preferred language. I have an A.A. degree in Liberal Arts. I am about to receive a B.S. degree. I hope that helps and if its actually true then enjoy the party. Have a nice day.