The two questions are the same:

*When to use "werden" instead of "sein" in the expression "etwas leid sein/werden" which means "I am tired of something " mentally...

*Does these follwing phrases means " I am very tired of your lies" ?

"Ich bin deine Lügen so leid"

"Ich werde deine Lügen so leid "

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It's the same difference as in English basically:

Expressing a progess:

Ich werde deine Lügen leid - I am getting tired of your lies

Expressing a state:

Ich bin deine Lügen leid - I am tired of your lies

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