I'm having a hard time distinguishing between drunk and ugly.
full = drunk = "full" of alcohol .. ;)
"I am not drunk."
"Can you tell the time?"
"Yes," looks at clock "I am not drunk."
does full have two meanings? "full" and "drunk" ?
Yes, but it can't mean full as in 'have eaten enough' in this sentence (that would be mätt), only 'drunk'.
To clarify, is this drunk as in too much alcohol?
Why does "Jar är inte druckit." get rejected?
Well first off it would be "jag är inte drucken", and second the word Swedish usually uses for "having consumed alcohol" is "full".
Kan jag säga "jag är inte berusad" också. ???
Can I say "Jag är full inte"?
Oh, I see the person answered below but what's the rule for positioning inte? At the end if negotiating a verb and before a word if the word is not a verb?
"Jag är in..'hic'. Scuse me. 'burp' " (stumbles and falls)
"Jag är.. Ja.. Hic scuse me.. Jag inte ...jag är inte..full."
I accidentally said "im not ugly" and it counted... Well i guess im neither
since we have not seen the word for "drunk" that I can remember, why not say "drucken", which is a form of dricker? they like these little tests to see if we are paying attention