Beginner’s Guide: Never Worry about Using 全然
The way to use 全然 has some meanings, so you might have been confused by this word. However, once you figured it out, you could use this word in daily conversations with native speakers. Let me introduce how you correctly use 全然 today!
At all / Totally / Completely
“全然” means “At all, Totally and Completely” and when you use negative form of “全然” which would be “全然___ない(Not___ at all)” such as “全然何もできない。(I don’t do anything at all)”. Whereas, when using positive form of “全然” which would be “Totally and Completely” such as “全然違う(It’s totally/completely different.)”. Furthermore, you could say “全然大丈夫。
(Not at all.)” after a person said “Thank you or I’m sorry”.