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Abstract: This study examines humor language representation of Raditya Dika in Stand Up Comedy program at Metro TV channel. It is viewed from the perspective of locutionary, illocutionary, perlocutionary speech acts, which can cause amusing speech. The source of data in this study is overall humor language of Raditya Dhika in Stand Up Comedy program at Metro TV channel that can cause amusing speech. The technique used in this study was indirect observation or analysis techniques. Based on the analysis of data collection, the researchers concludes that humor language of Raditya Dhika in Stand Up Comedy program at Metro Tv channel is amusing speech representation which is views from the perspective of locutionary, illocutionary and perlocutionary speech acts. This research uses descriptive qualitative research design. This research data is a monologue from Raditya Dhika in Stand Up Comedy program at Metro TV channel. It is in the form of words and sentences which is related to speech acts theory in pragmatics. The results of this study shows that speech act of Raditya Dhika’s humor language in Stand Up Comedy program at Metro Tv channel is a representation of amusing speech, they are: 1). Locutionary speech acts represent amusing speech by using words and sentences deciding, praying, and requiring without nothing tendency. 2). Illocutionary speech acts represent amusing speech by using words and sentences giving permission, thank you, sending, offering, and promising, with the tendency of partners such as, applause, shouts and laughter that arises. 3) perlocutionary represents amusing speech by using deceptive sentences, encouraging, suggesting, ensuring, confusing, disturbing, affecting, embarrassing, attracting the attention, and the influencing which is gained by his partners as what was said by Raditya Dhika.
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