Has "There are" been explained anywhere in this course yet. I had no idea how to say that, but I'm not sure whether I've just forgotten it or not.
'Mae' on its own can mean 'there is' or 'there are' as well as 'is' and 'are'
This sentence can either be:- 'There are two comedy programmes on the television tonight'
or 'Two comedy programmes are on the television tonight'