There is/are has the subject after the verb and, in its negative form, has this structure:
Singular nouns: There is + not + singular noun/uncountable noun + …
Plural nouns: There are + not + plural noun + …
Negative short forms are: there isn’t/aren’t (the same short forms of to be).
Some more common negative expressions are:
- there are no / there are not any;
- there aren’t / there aren’t any.