To sign "show" place your index finger on the palm of your dominant hand with its palm facing away from you.
To sign "someone" extend your index finger upwards and make a small circle out in front of you.
To sign "with" form both of your hands into fists and then bring them together (so they are WITH one another)
To sign "there" motion in the approximate direction of the place or location to which you are referring.
To sign "today" make both of your hands into palm-up letter Y's then motion your hands down simultaneously and repeat that motion twice.
To sign "yesterday" bring your hand up to your cheek in a letter A hand-shape.
To sign "tomorrow" bring your letter A hand to your cheek with your fingers/knuckles touching your cheek then bring your hand forward away from your face.
To sign "night" put one arm out flat as if resting it on a table and with your other hand make a jumping-like motion over it with a slightly curved palm down hand.
To sign "morning" put one arm out flat as if resting it on a table and with your other hand motion upwards on the opposite side of your arm to your body (think of the sun rising).
To sign "noon" put one arm out flat as if resting it on a table and rest your elbow of your other arm you your flat palm, making a 90 degree angle with your ams.
To sign "afternoon" is similar to signing noon, but instead of connecting your hand to your elbow, connect your hand you your forearm just below your wrist and hold your hand angled palm down.
To sign "everyday" is similar to signing tomorrow just with a double motion instead.
To sign "week" hold one hand out flat and palm up, extend your index finger on your other hand and move your pointing hand across the top of your palm up hand.
To sign "weekend" slide your index finger across the top of your flat hand, then change the index finger into a flat hand and to sign END.
To sign "Monday" move a letter m hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Tuesday" move a letter t hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Wednesday" move a letter w hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Thursday" move a letter h hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Friday move a letter f hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Saturday" move a letter s hand shape in a circle out in front off you.
To sign "Sunday" raise both of your arms up with "five hands" (all fingers extended) and move both of your hands in circles.
To sign "time" tap your index finger to the top of your wrist.
To sign "hour" represents the movement of the "minute hand" of a clock going around one-time. Assuming you are right handed: The right hand is the "minute" hand. The left hand is the face of the clock.
To sign " day" connect your hand and your elbow at a 90 degree angle like when you sign NOON use your top hand to represent how many days (1,2,3 so on..) then bring your top hand down to connect with your other elbow.
To sign month extend both of your index fingers, point your non-dominant hands upwards and drag your other index finger upwards across your upward extending index finger. you can also use the following abbreviations finger-spelled to signify a specific month... JAN, FEB, MARCH, APRIL, MAY, JUNE, JULY, AUG, SEPT, OCT, NOV, DEC.
To sign "year" form both of your hands into fist and rotate one around the other to represent the earth doing one rotation around the sun.
To sign "before" motion over your shoulder with a flat hand.
To sign end drag one flat hand across the top of your other hand and cut downwards after your finger tips.
To sign "always" use on extended index finger to make a circular motion from your elbow (not wrist).
To sign "never" move your hand in a sweeping question mark shaped motion out in front of you.
To sign "or" shift your weight from one side to the other.
To sign "people" make both of your hands into letter P's and roatate them in circles around each other.
Video: This is Wesley ! Check out his YouTube Channel @WesleyCan'tSign
Song being signed is Skinny Love Written by Bon Iver, Covered by Birdy
Disclaimer - This video shows PSE not ASL but still allows you to see some signing in action!