I have trouble noticing when "bliver" means something else than to stay, and more importantly when I do notice, I never know what it means. Any tricks?
At blive can also mean to become, or as a passive auxiliary such as when it's used with a past participle. When used in the present, like this sentence, it can also often mean "will be". I don't know of any hard-and-fast rules about it though.
Difference between mæt and fuld?
Mæt is full and fuld is drunk
But fuld is also "full" when speaking about things like a box, right? And mæt can only mean one has eaten enough. Is this correct?
They both have other meanings, but those are the meanings relating to what we eat and drink.
Fuld can also be full
Bliver: become, turn, get...
Jeg bliver træt: I get tired
Jeg bliver ond: I turn evil
How does "jeg bliver træt" become : I turn evil?