Competition Ended: Crosswords February/March 2023 Issue

Competition Ended: Crosswords February/March 2023 Issue

This competition has ended.

Looking for another chance to win a French language course from French Truly? Head to our latest crosswords competition, here.

To enter this issue’s crossword, complete the grid in the February/March 2023 issue of France Today magazine page 96 (answers in French) and note all the letters in the grey squares. Read from left to right, top to bottom to find the name of a French town.

Type out your answer below for a chance to win an online French language course from French truly worth £115:

Enter here:

Terms and conditions: The winner of this month’s crossword competition will win an online French language course from French truly worth £115. Run by French teacher Virginie, French Truly runs language courses around the world. Winners choose from Virginie’s Perfect PronunciationFrench in 600 Words or Dictée courses. Discover more at

Employees (and their relatives) of France Media Group are not eligible to enter. The judge’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. Competition closes on March 16th 2023.

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  •  Asif Samad
    2023-02-21 11:35:48
    Asif Samad
    I have submitted my answer for the Feb/Mar crossword competition.


  •  Anne Roberts
    2023-01-30 10:29:32
    Anne Roberts
    I am so excited about finding out that I can practise my French with you. The crossword was fun. I look forward to doing more. I love travelling to France and talking with French people in my very bad French.