- I'm drunk" : "Je suis soule" (feminine) or "Je suis soul" (masculine), in "soul", do not pronounce the "l", pronunce "sou". - "I'm so wasted" means : "I'm in a state of being unable to process thoughts and logic due to intoxication or influence by substance like alcohol or drugs".
Sorry, I forgot to answer for the translation of "I am so wasted". I do not know any exact translation in French ; literally, it means : "Je suis tellement perdue", . perdue : participe passé du verbe perdre. Like "I lose my mind" "Je perd la tête" in French. So, for me , the nearest translation could be : "Je perd la tête".
"Je suis ivre" : same meaning as "Je suis soul". There is a nuance : - "soul" is generally used when somebody is drunk, when somebody drank too much alcohol. - "ivre" is also used about drinking too much alcohol but also in other context : - the french adjective "ivre" derives from the french noun "ivresse" : Ivresse means "state of euphoria or elation", . "Il est ivre de sa victoire" (He is drunk on his victory), . "Il est ivre de son succès" (He is drunk on his success), -