Complete the second sentence so that it has the same meaning as the first one.
Catherine’s husband is Russian. Catherine is married ***.
to a Russian
There were lots of tourists in the city centre. The city centre was crowded with tourists.
There was a lot of furniture in the room. The room was full of furniture.
I don’t like sport very much. I’m not very keen on sport.
We haven’t got enough time. We’re a bit short of time.
I’m not a very good tennis player. I’m not very good at tennis.
Catherine’s husband is Russian. Catherine is married to a Russian.
I don’t trust Robert. I’m suspicious of robert.
My problem is not the same as yours. My problem is different from yours. (*to yours* is also possible but don’t use it)