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Dictée de la Sorbonne le samedi 20 mars 2021, en ligne sur YOUTUBE


Dictée de la Sorbonne 2021, En Ligne, samedi 20 mars 2021

L’épreuve aura lieu le samedi 20 mars 2020 sur Youtube. Pour la visionner, cliquez ici. The dictation will be read par the writer Dominique Barbéris.

La correction est disponible en accès libre ici 

Retrouvez le corrigé en version PDF 


2019 Sorbonne's Dictation, Malesherbes Centre, Saturday 1st June 2019

The 2019 dictation, Une femme nez was written by Karine Germoni and read by the writers Arno Bertina and Julia Deck.

Laureates - Junior Category

  1. Clément Bohic
  2. Riana Le Gal
  3. Cédric Jeancolas

Laureates - Senior Category

  1. Gérard Glotin
  2. Audrey Brûlé
  3. Alexandre Pessar

Laureates - FLE/Erasmus Category

  1. Paula Hüsser
  2. Francesca Varini
  3. Seymanur Cok
Crédit vidéo : Franck Lohyer

2018 Sorbonne's Dictation, Cordeliers Campus, Saturday 5 May 2018

The 2018 dictation, La dernière tentation de Tantale, was written by Isabelle Ville and read by the writers Jane Sautière and Frédéric Ciriez.

Find the correct version of the 2018 dictation here.

Laureates - Junior Category

  1. Clément Bohic
  2. Cédric Jantar
  3. Emmanuelle Dubois
  4. Anthony Loubignac
  5. Antoine Amarilli

Laureates - Senior Category

  1. Gérard Glotin
  2. Hélène Challulau
  3. Michel Simon
  4. Alexandre Pessar
  5. Charline Pierre
Video credit: Jonathan Arnoult

 



2017 Sorbonne's Dictation, Sorbonne, Saturday 20 May 2017

The 2017 dictation, Un bien singulier cabinet de curiostés, was written by Karine Germoni and read by Félix Libris.

Find the correct version of the 2017 dictation here.

Laureates

  1. Lucien Dugaz
  2. Elodie Ruhier
  3. Mathilde Bozet
  4. Batpiste Jauriat
  5. Eric Damien Laplanche
  6. Tristan Plat
  7. Emma Henning
  8. Samuel Bourumeau
  9. Amélie Malet
  10. Louise-Elisabeth Queyrel
Video credit: Jonathan Arnoult

The Sorbonne's Dictation is a initiative by Karine Germoni (Master of conferences at the UFR of the French Language), Thomas Joufflineau (Co-president of the SIAL) and Yann Migoubert (president of the cultural service of the Arts Faculty).
Event organised in collaboration with De Boeck and Larousse Editions.

Illustration credit: CC_BY_SA, via Wikimedia commons