In cases like this one I can really recommend you www.thefreedictionary.com for example that's what it says here:
You use most or most of to talk about the majority of a group of things or people, or the largest part of something.
You use most in front of a plural noun which does not have a determiner, such as 'the' or 'a', or a possessive, such as 'my' or 'our', in front of it.
Most people agree that stealing is wrong.
In most schools, sports are compulsory.
You use most of in front of a pronoun, such as us or it, or in front of a noun which has a determiner or possessive noun in front of it.
Most of them enjoy music.
He used to spend most of his time in the library.