To sign "dentist" bring your dominant hand in a letter D handshape to the corner of your mouth.
To sign "fishing" hold up both of your hands in fists as id you were holding a fishing pole, then simultaneously shake them just a little bit once.
To sign "hire" extend your dominant hand palm up out to your side and then bring it in towards your abdomen (this is also the sign for "welcome").
To sign "keep" make your non-dominant hand into a fist and place your index and middle finger on the outside of your fist and pull it in towards you.
To sign "law" face your non-dominant hand palm out and then with your dominant hand in a letter L handshape drag your dominant hand down your non-dominant hand.
To sign "Loan" stack both of your hands atop one another both in letter K handshapes then bring both of your hands away from yourself.
To sign "mail" bring your thumb to the corner of your mouth and then place it on your outstretched palm (think of licking a stamp and sticking it).
To sign "post-office" initialize/fingerspell the letter P and then the letter O.
To sign "send " slide the palm of your dominant hand over the back of your non-dominant hand, motioning away from yourself.
Paint & Painter
To sign "paint" hold your on-dominant hand still vertical, with your palm facing the side, then use your dominant hand as if brushing paint onto your other hand (better shown in photo form). To sign "painter" follow the sign for paint with the sign for person (PAINT-PERSON).
To sign "buy" place your dominant hand in a smooshed letter O handshape on the open palm of your non-dominant hand, then motion outwards with your dominant hand, still in the smooshed O.
To sign "broke" make a motion as if cutting of your head.
To sin "cost" drag a letter X (dominant hand) down your non-dominant palm.
To sign "money" tap a smooshed O on your non-dominant flat hand twice.
To sign "earn" hold your non-dominant hand flat in front of you palm up and then motion with your dominant hand as if your taking something off the table towards yourself (like coins).
To sign "business" make your non-dominant hand into a fish and then move your dominant hand in a circle behind your fist in a letter B handshape.
To sign "free" cross your arms over your chest (both hands in fists) and then on cross them while turning your palms/inner wrists outwards (hands still in fists).
To sign "pay" tap your index finger to the palm of your non-dominant hand and then motion towards whom you are paying, pay is a directional sign.
To sign "office" hold both of your hands in letter O handshapes out in front of you one hand in front of the other and then bring them apart from one another.
To sign "retire" brush both of your hands in letter R handshapes on your shoulders.
To sign "register" brush your dominant hand in a letter R handshape across the palm of your non-dominant hand.
To sign "add-to" have both of your hands in smooshed O handshapes and one at about neck /shoulder height and then bring your other hand up to it from below.
To sign "all-together" have both of your hands in five hands out to either sides of your body and then bring them together in two smooshed O shapes atop one another.
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Video: This is Anissa ! Check out her YouTube Channel @ASL Anissa
Song being signed is You're Welcome from the movie Moana