Is "Tout DE" a Thing?
In English, I might say "I'm eating all of the strawberries."
In French, it gets translated to "Je mange toutes les fraises."
They have dropped the "of" part, which you can also do in English. If I wanted to though (because that's just how I tend to speak), can I add in the "de?"
Ex. "Je mange toutes des fraises."
Or is that just not allowed?