Student or Learner
I have a POD [Pocket Oxford Dictionary] here & according to this dictionary ABROAD means IN OR TO A FOREIGN COUNTRY OR COUNTRIES
Since it already contains IN or TO, is it correct to say "I WANNA GO TO ABROAD" or "I WANNA STUDY IN ABROAD"? Some people say that.
Shouldn't it be just "ABROAD" instead of "IN OR TO ABROAD"?
Because it already means IN OR TO A FOREIGN LAND.
Thank in advance
Thanks to both of you