… Maybe there’s something in Backpack to help us see when the sun is too bright. Let’s check. …
–Dora the Explorer in Swim, Boots, Swim!
The Greek figure, or rhetorical device, used is assonance, as the e in let’s and the e in check both have the same vowel sound, and they are close enough to create a rhyming sound.
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