Meaning of ABROAD in English

ABROAD

adverb

BAD : Since I was small, I've always wanted to go to abroad.

GOOD : Since I was small, I've always wanted to go abroad.

BAD : I would like to continue my studies in abroad.

GOOD : I would like to continue my studies abroad.

◆◆◆

go/live/be abroad (WITHOUT to, at, in etc)

The only preposition that is used before abroad is from : 'She came back from abroad saying how much she had missed her home and family.'

Longman Common Errors English vocabulary.      Английский словарь распространенных ошибок Longman.