The sentence can be negated through a negative head shake (shaking your head right to left) or by using a negative sign (NOT/DON’T, CAN’T, WON’T, DON’T-WANT, DON’T-KNOW).
NO is not typically used in a sentence. It is generally used to answer a yes/no question while other negative signs are used in sentences.
The negative sign comes before the verb or the sentence can be set up as a Topic, Comment sentence and the negative sign used in the comment.
Non-manuals: Must use the non-manuals for the sentence structure. It is good practice to use the negative head shake, but is not always necessary.
I can’t go tonight.
TONIGHT, ME GO, CAN’T.
I wasn’t able to finish the project.
PROJECT ME FINISH? NOT.
I haven’t been to Paris yet.
ME NOT-YET VISIT PARIS?
Notice that the ASL gloss is all capitalized (to represent signs), has punctuation (matching the sentence structure) at the end, has dashes between the letters that are fingerspelled, and has a dash between the two words used in English to represent one sign in ASL.
The English is written with only the first letter capitalized and there is punctuation (matching the sentence structure) at the end.