I was trying to find out if a preposition to after the verb dream is correct, as in this example:
Why do they all dream to come here?
The person who said that in her YT vlog is not a native English speaker. I understand what prepositions to use with the word dream as a noun- dream of/about(somebody/someone), but the preposition to after the verb dream doesn't sound correct. Google search brings results for dream (as a noun) to come, as well as sentences for dream (as a verb) to come, but the latter examples have either foreign sources, or from the social media. In Oxford examples of sentences with the verb dream followed by another verb (doing something) prepositions of or about are used:
She dreams of running her own business. (https://www.oxfordlearnersdictionaries.com/definition/english/dream_2)
Should I assume that the sentences where a preposition to follows the verb dream are grammatically incorrect and the action verb (doing something) must have the ing form: "I dream of running a marathon." "I dream about visiting Antarctica."