To sign "come" extend both of your index fingers out in front of you and then simultaneously bring your hands back towards you with motion from your elbows.
To sign "go" point in the direction of your intentions with both hands or just off to your side if you are using the word figuratively.
To sign "from" star with your fingers in the position as if you were going to sign "when" then pull your top finger away while bending it.
To sign "here" hold both of your hand flat in front of you with your palms up, them simultaneously move them just a tad downwards.
To sign "idea" use your dominant hand to make a letter "i" hand shape with the tip of your pinky finger resting on the side of your forehead, then motion outwards with your hand.
To sign "can" form both of your hands into fists near your upper torso and then move them both downwards at the same time as if pounding on a table.
To sign "travel" move a bent letter "v" hand shape in front of your body and cross your hand across your body.
To sign "walk" move both of your hand in front of you palm facing down as if they were feet walking.
To sign "bicycle" do the same motion as if signing "walk" but form your hands into fists as if they were the pedals on a bike.
To sign "run" extend your index fingers and thumbs on both hands, link one of your index fingers around your thumb and then bend and unbend the index finger and thumb that are NOT joined together.
To sign "car" motion with your fists as if holding a steering wheel and driving a car side to side.
To sign "truck" is similar to the sign for "car" just make your imaginary steering wheel bigger and more exaggerated movements.
To sign "crash" start with both of your hands to their respective sides of your body with ll of your fingers outstretched, as you bring your hands together in front of you from your hands into fists as they crash into one and other.
To sign "ticket" put one hand palm up and your other in a bent letter "v" hand shape, fit the palm up hand into the gap of the letter "v". think of punching a ticket in.
To sign "train" both hands are in "H" hand shapes, your left hand stays still and represents the train tracks, your right one moves forward and back along the tracks.
To sign "subway," slide the "Y" hand back and forward underneath the "flat" hand as if showing a subway car moving underground. (yes you can also use this for the name of the sandwich shop)
To sign "airplane" extend your index finger, thumb and pinky finger on one hand and hold it near your head, move your hand forwards and backwards twice with motion from your arm not your wrist, make sure to angle your hand downwards.
To sign "fly" do the same motion and hand shape as "airplane" only do it once instead of twice.
To sign "boat" cup your hand together and use a double jump forward motion.
To sign "get on"outstretch a flat hand palm to the side and then use your other hand with your index and middle fingers extended as if a person getting on something.
To sign "motorcycle" put both hands in fists in front of you and then twist one of your wrist as if revving up a motorcycle.
To sign "ride" or "ride in" your index and middle fingers of your dominant hand are "sitting" in the base hand's "C hand shape." Move the base hand forward a short distance with the dominant hand "riding in" the base hand.
To sign "keys" outstretch a hand up and down with your palm facing to the side then hold an imaginary "key" between your thumb and index finger and twist it twice in a lock.
To sign "search" your dominant "C" hand makes TWO circles in front of your face.
To sign "leave" is very similar to the sign for "and" except done more to the side of your body rather than across you body.
To sign "church" form the letter "c" with your dominant hand. Form your non-dominant hand into an "S" hand. Place the thumb of your dominant hand on the back of your non-dominant hand.
To sign "bathroom" fist sign BATH by dragging both of your fists upwards across your torso a hand on you check as if sleeping then ROOM by representing four walls first two parallel from your body the other two perpendicular like a box.
To sign "wash" close both hands into "A" hands with your dominant hand on top. Make a circular "scrubbing" movement with the hand that is on top, as if washing something. The hand on the bottom doesn't move.
To sign "bedroom" first sign BED by placing a hand on you check as if sleeping then ROOM by representing four walls first two parallel from your body the other two perpendicular like a box.
To sign "basement" circle your dominant hand in an "A" hand shape underneath a non-dominant "flat" palm.
To sign "couch" do the sign for chair and then drag your hands apart as if extending the chair.
To sign "garage" place one hand facing palm down in front of you and then with your middle finger, thumb and index finger on your other hand extended move that hand under your flat hand like a car driving into a garage.
To sign "doctor" tap the fingertips of the dominant "bent hand" twice on the upturned "base/non dominant hand".
To sign "store" wave two smushed letter "o" in front of you using motion outwards and from the wrist.
To sign "movie" use one flat hand palm facing you and then place your other hand palm to palm with the previous hand and move the back hand side to side with all of your fingers extended.
To sign "door" place both hand in front of you palm facing outwards then move your dominant hand to represent the opening and closing of a door.
To sign "window" stack your hands in front of you with your palms facing towards you. Use an up down up motion to represent the opening and closing of a window.
To sign "table" put your arms in top of each other in front of you with bent elbows as if resting them on a table top.
To sign "lights" put both hands just a bit above your head and open and close you hands so that you finger tips touch (smushed letter o) as if your hands were over head lighting.
To sign "build" use bent hands and alternately layer them upon each other moving upward.
Video: This is Libbey! Check out her YouTube Channel @ thedailysign
Song being signed is The Fresh Prince of Bel Air
Disclaimer - This video shows PSE not ASL but still allows you to see some signing in action!