I'm not a teacher
Wa! I could probably read it without my contacts.
She speaks perfect English. (adjective 'perfect' modifies 'English')
She speaks English perfect.
I hope to hear from you. ('to' is part of the infitinive)
I object to paying for it. It should be free. ('to' is a preposition)
I object to people trying to sell me junk. ('to' is a preposition)
I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
I'm not used to sunbathing all day long.
I think there's something missing e.g. the opportunity for both male and female models OR the opportunity for both males and females . It looks a bit like a headline.
You could say:
[...] in October/November 2011 there is an opportunity for a dynamic and creative reporter to join the team (Source).
Perhaps you meant to say that you're surprised he shouted at her/him.
Student or Learner