Meaning of ABANDON in English
BAD : Since capital punishment was abandoned, the crime rate has increased.
GOOD : Since capital punishment was abolished, the crime rate has increased.
abandon = give up a plan, activity or attempt to do something, without being successful: 'Bad weather forced them to abandon the search.' 'Without government support, the project will have to be abandoned.'
abolish = remove a law, tradition or system, often by introducing a new law; do away with: 'In which year was slavery abolished in the United States?' 'I'd hate to see the monarchy abolished.'
BAD : It is difficult to reach abandoned places such as small country villages.
GOOD : It is difficult to reach remote places such as small country villages.
abandoned = left for ever by the owners or occupiers: 'The field was littered with abandoned cars.' 'Some of these old abandoned coal mines could be dangerous.'
remote = far away and difficult to reach: 'The tribe lives in a small remote mountain village.' 'We have now managed to bring famine relief to people in even the most remote areas.'
Longman Common Errors English vocabulary. Английский словарь распространенных ошибок Longman. 2012