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Hi,

How would you intepret the following sentences?

1) I'm very modern.
2) I have a very modern outlook.

Does these sentences mean the same? What are the things that comes into your mind when you refer to the word "modern", which I believe has a very broad meaning.

/Sameer
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Comments:

1) This person is thinking highyy of himself.

2) Not sure what your intended meanng is.

Personally, I feel the adjective "modern" is quite vauge and all relative to the context and individual.

For the natives living in the rain forest of Amazon, a transistor radio is a modern invention.

But for those of us living in the I-phone and 4-G era, a transistor is a relic of the 60's.

Having said that, "modern" in your context suggests "updated", "hip", "cool" and "state-of-the-art".
The first sentense means that all person's aspects in life are influenced by modernity;while the second one means that his attitudes or feeling about life is modern