I did the same and was also turned down. But I reported it, maybe once in a while ....
I came here to do 2 things: To dance and to chew bubble gum; and I am all out of bubble gum.
I typed I came to dance, not to speak. What is the difference between talk and speak?
Both should be accepted, but "talk" does sound a bit better in this sentence to my ears because the nuances are different. Speak is often more formal than talk. It's commonly used when someone gives a speech or for someone speaking in an official capacity such as a teacher or the president. Of course, you can also speak with friends but to me even that seems more serious than talking to them. If friends or family said "I'd like to speak to you," I'd think that either there was something extremely serious (like an illness) or they were very mad at me!
They tend to be used with different words too to convey extra meaning.
"Talk to" Informal or Implies one way conversation giving information or instructions.
"Speak with" Is more polite implying an equal two way communication exchanging views or opinions.
Should be an acceptable translation - flag it and see if Duolingo accepts? Of note, though, is that "to" expresses the meaning of "in order to" more concisely, whereas "in order to" is more commonly used in formal writing. If you want to read more: https://englishstudypage.com/grammar/in-order-to-vs-so-as-to-vs-to-in-english/
I'll bet this sentence is buried somewhere in the Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights movie (the one that I don't really intend to watch)
I imagine this coming out of Patrick Swayze's mouth. Queue "I Want to Dance with Somebody" by Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack.
The sheer power of this sentence. I can only imagine the intense eye contact happening during this dance.
hablar: talk decir: speak I think talking generally implies conversing and speaking is more saying words in English. That's why it works better for this specific sentence, I think.
I think it's more like hablar: speak, talk decir: say. Hablo español = I speak Spanish. Qué dices? = What are you saying?