A living language is present with all its dimensions in the daily communication. Since we aim at an effective teaching of French as foreign language in an institutional and non-francophone environment, we have to analyze it under all its aspects. The subjectivity, property of the man and language, take up an important space in the human communication. The theory of utterance, that introduces the term. of the subjectivity in contemporary linguistics, constitutes our departure point. With the contribution of the works realized by Smile Benveniste and Catherine Kerbrat-orecchioni in the domain of linguistics and subjectivity, we will try to identify the linguistic brands explaining the subjectivity. We count study the description and the progression of the subjectivity in our corpus Campus 1, 2 and 3 in order to understand to which level the subjectivity is present in this manual.