When, if ever, should todo (a,os,as) be followed by the preposition "de"?
I can't think of any context where we'd use todo followed by "de". We use todo as a pronoun:
Lo has hecho todo.
You've done it all.
As an adjective:
Todos los días
Todo el pollo
The whole chicken
But we don't use the preposition "de" (I imagine you're thinking about the English "all of something", as in for example "all of Scotland", "all of it", "all of the students"?). We'd say:
Todos los estudiantes
Muchas gracias por su respuesta. Ha sido una educación.
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