At the end of a statement, you can add ね (ne) to make it sound as if you are asking for confirmation, or are suggesting agreement. Its translation is something along the meaning of "right?" or "isn't it?".
いいおてんきですね。 (ii otenki desu ne)
It's good weather, isn't it?
これはさかなですね。 (kore wa sakana desu ne)
This is fish, right?
And that's all there is to this lesson. かんたんですね。 (Easy, right?)