My French teacher taught me that when you are asked to replace any noun followed by “de”, always use the personal pronoun “en”. However, I presumed that she was always referring to any noun followed by the article partitif “de” and not the preposition “de”.
How would I replace “de son pays” in the following sentence:
Elle te parle souvent de son pays.
Also, please explain the usage of the personal pronoun “en“ in this context.