The Complete English Language Course Improve Spoken English

Master the English Language – Learn English Grammar English Conversation English Pronunciation Spoken English

What you will learn

A detailed and thorough knowledge of English language and grammar.

To understand English easier.

To speak and write English with MORE confidence.

Get answers to all your English language questions from someone who ACTUALLY teaches the language.


This Udemy course gives you, the English language learner, a complete overview of the English language and grammar.

This course will give you the ability to understand English better and the confidence to speak and write English more fluently.

This English language course is taught by two world-renowned communications trainers, TJ Walker and Derek Smith.

Message from Derek Smith:

My name is Derek, I’m a native Brit and qualified and experienced TEFL/TESOL trainer.

I have been teaching English to adults for over 10 years and look forward to using technology to reach a wider audience.

I have a neutral accent which is clear and easy to understand.

Downloadable PDFs for each lesson will form a valuable resource collection for you.

The course is not designed to be accessed in sequence but takes more of a pick and mix approach.

For example, if you need help with prepositions of place, simply go to the grammar section and look for the lesson on prepositions of place.

Or if you need help with present perfect continuous, go to the tenses and aspects part and check out the lesson on present perfect continuous.

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Where there are differences between the UK and US language usage, these are explained in the lesson.

I encourage you to ask questions if you feel that something has not been fully or clearly explained. You will get an answer and, if necessary, the course material will be updated. Depending on the answer, I will add a new lesson to the course.

Here is a brief summary of the course benefits for you:

  • Native speaker
  • Experienced and qualified teacher
  • Neutral and easy to understand accent
  • Lessons structured for easy access
  • Downloadable resources for each lesson
  • No bloated lessons to trick you or waste your time
  • Valid for UK and US English
  • Updates as required by the learners
  • Udemy 30-day refund policy

How many of your boxes did I tick?

This is the English language and grammar course you need. I look forward to seeing you on the inside.

Message from TJ Walker

I have been teaching executives around the globe to deliver presentations in English for the last 30 years. Most people, even native English speakers, are insecure about their English language usage. You can become an accomplished speaker and communicator and know that you are using excellent English every time you speak.

Derek is one of the top English language instructors in the world and I am proud to be teaching this course with him. He has the English and European sensibility down perfectly. And I have been living in and working in the United States my entire life. When you put us together, it is a powerful combination designed to help you become a master at English language and communication.

Good luck and I hope to see you inside the course!

This English Language course is ideal for anyone searching for more info on the following: English – English speaking – spoken English – English course – spoken English course – English speaking course – learn English – English grammar. Plus, this course will be a great addition to anyone trying to build out their knowledge in the following areas: English grammar – English conversation – English pronunciation.




The Complete English Language Course Improve Spoken English
Your English Language Questions Are Answered Right Here

English Phrasal Verbs

Introduction to English phrasal verbs.
Phrasal verbs using ‘take’
Phrasal verbs using ‘cut’
Phrasal verbs using ‘bring’
Phrasal verbs using ‘break’

English Idioms

Introduction to English idioms.
Cat Idioms – 10 common cat idioms
Dog Idioms – 10 common dog idioms
Bee Idioms – 10 common bee idioms
Sports Idioms – 10 common sports idioms
Food Idioms – 10 common food idioms
Colour Idioms – 10 common colour idioms
Clothing Idioms – 10 common clothing idioms
Ear Idioms – 10 common ear idioms
Nose Idioms – 10 common nose idioms
Eye Idioms – 10 common eye idioms
Hair idioms – 10 common hair idioms
Foot Idioms – 10 common foot idioms
Money Idioms – 10 common money idioms

English Grammar

TODO Introduction to the English grammar section.
NOUNS – start here to learn about nouns.
Nouns – Abstract and Concrete – what they are and how they differ.
Nouns – Countable and Uncountable – learn how to use these correctly.
Nouns – Common and Proper – learn the difference.
Nouns – Capitalisation Rules – learn how and when to use capital letters.
Nouns – Singular and Plural – learn how to make plurals of nouns.
Nouns – Collective Nouns – these are not the same as plurals, as you will see.
Nouns – Pronouns – find out how to replace nouns in English.
Quick Tip: … and I or … and me? This quick and easy trick will help you.
Nouns – Possessive – learn the different ways of indicating ownership.
Nouns – Gerunds – find out how verbs can behave like nouns.
Compound Nouns – not collective, not plurals – something entirely different.
ARTICLES – start here to learn about articles.
Articles – the definite article
Articles – the indefinite articles
Articles – zero articles
ADJECTIVES – start here to learn about adjectives.
Adjectives – different types.
Adjectives – comparing equal.
Adjectives – comparing unequal.
Adjectives – superlatives – the best lesson?
Adjectives – order – learn how to order multiple adjectives.
VERBS – start here to learn about verbs.
Verbs – categories.
Verbs – regular.
Verbs – irregular.
Verbs – active and passive.
Verbs – transitive and intransitive.
Verbs – auxiliary.
Verbs – auxiliary modal.
ADVERBS – start here to learn about adverbs.
Adverbs – from adjectives – learn how to make adverbs from adjectives.
Adverbs – relative.
Adverbs – comparative.
Adverbs – superlative.
Adverbs – interrogative.
Adverbs – adverbs of place.
Adverbs – adverbs of time.
Adverbs – adverbs of frequency.
Adverbs – adverbs of certainty.
Adverbs – adverbs of degree.
Adverbs – adverbs of manner.
Adverbs – adverbs of viewpoint.
Adverbs – adverbs of opinion.
TENSES AND ASPECTS – start here to learn about tenses and aspects.
Examples with contractions – a detailed explanation.
Present Simple – usage, formation, examples.
Present Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Present Perfect – usage, formation, examples.
Present Perfect Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Past Simple – usage, formation, examples.
Past Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Past Perfect – usage, formation, examples.
Past Perfect Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Future Simple – usage, formation, examples.
Future Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Future Perfect – usage, formation, examples.
Future Perfect Continuous – usage, formation, examples.
Reported Speech – he said, she said …
PREPOSITIONS – start here to learn about prepositions.
Prepositions of time.
Prepositions of place.
Prepositions of direction.
Prepositions of reason.
Prepositions of connection.
Prepositions of device.
Prepositions of agency.
Prepositions of origin.
Preposition or adverb? Learn how to tell the difference.
CONDITIONALS – Start here to learn about conditionals.
Zero Conditional – that’s a fact.
First Conditional – promises and threats.
Second Conditional – wishful thinking and advice.
Third Conditional – regret and criticism.
Mixed Conditional – who needs reality?

English Punctuation

Introduction to the English punctuation section.
SENTENCE ENDERS – learn the different ways to end a sentence and why it matters.
The Full Stop. Learn about the most common way to end a sentence.
The Exclamation Mark! Learn how to add emotion or urgency to your communication!
The Question Mark? Did I mention that this is used at the end of questions?
PAUSES AND BREAKS – learn about these important punctuation marks.
Commas (,) – learn how to use them correctly every time.
The Oxford Comma – a special case with interesting consequences.
Semicolons (;) – learn how to correctly use this punctuation mark.
Colons (:) – learn how to correctly use this punctuation mark.
Colon Misuse – see when not to use a colon and learn how to correct the mistake.
The Comma Splice – learn about this common mistake and how to correct it.
The Ellipsis (…) – learn about the uses and meanings of this punctuation sign.
CONNECTORS AND DIVIDERS – learn about how sentences are split and combined.
Hyphens (-)
Dashes (–)
Slashes (/)
Apostrophes (‘)
Quotation Marks (”) and (“”)
Brackets () [] {} – different types of brackets have different uses.
OTHER SYMBOLS – learn about other symbols used in writing.
The Ampersand (&)
The Asterisk (*)
Each At (@)
The Hash Sign (#)
FUN STUFF – a reward for all your hard work – enjoy!

How To Speak English Effectively

Learn to Present in English Effectively

Planning for Ultimate Public Speaking Success – The Fundamentals

Quick Wins! Appear to Speak Without Notes, Practice Techniques, and How to Start
Save Your Time and Energy By Using The Course This Way
You Can Fulfill Your Exact Public Speaking Goals Once You Identify Them
Look Supremely Comfortable and Confident Every Time You Speak
Use the Eye Contact Tricks of the Masters
Learn to Like and Even Love the Sound of Your Own Voice
Starting Your Speech At Exactly the Right Spot
Become a Five for Five 100% Speaking Success
A Trick 1000 Times More Effective Than Practicing In Front of A Mirror
Every Great Speaker Uses These…Every Awful Speaker Avoids These
Professional Analysis Of Your Stories Now
Give Life to Ideas With Your PowerPoint, Not Death
Use 1 Idea to Make Your Slides #1
Passing the Ultimate Public Speaking Test With Flying Colors
Testing Your Speech With Focus Groups For Free
House Keeping Notes On How To Navigate Through This Course
More Evidence That Your Speech Is Working
More Is Sometimes More When It Comes To Public Speaking
Conclusion to the Core Section of This Public Speaking Course
Road Map to the Rest of the Course

If You Are a Complete Beginner, You Can Start Here

These Simple Secrets Will Make You Look Like a Public Speaking Veteran
You Will Never Have to Be Scared, Even Though Everybody Else Is
This Is How You Get Your Audience to Do What You Want
Unlock the Keys to Motivating Your Audience
Getting Feedback the Right Way to Make You Stronger
Mastering the Easiest Public Speaking Technique of All
Your Picture Will Be Worth More The a 1000 Words
Only Perfect Practice Makes Perfect
You Can Pass the Ultimate Test
Extra – Tips on How to Get Over Nervousness and Being Scared

The Body Language of Public Speaking

Never Let These Two Classic Body Language Blunders Slow You Down
Your Nerves Will Never Show Again in the Workplace
You’ll Never Fall for These Body Language Myths Again
Here Is Exactly What to Do With Your Hands
The Composed, Confident Video Star
Never Spotlight Your Blunders and Mistakes Again
You are Now Ready for Prime Time TV
The Number 1 Tip for Curing Body Language Problems Is…
The Real Way to Improve Your Body Language Confidence
Great Body Language for Your Presentations
PowerPoint Will Never Turn You Into a Robotic Bore Again
Confident Briefing to Colleagues and Others
Keynote Speeches Will Showcase Your Calm and Confidence
Use a TelePrompTer Like a Network News Anchor
Once Last Chance for a Body Language Personal Critique….
Making Sure Your Clothes Are Communicating Your Positive Story
Your Body Language Partner – The Friendly Spotter

Let’s Get Rid of the Verbal Tics, Uh, Um, Err, Ya Know Right Now

Master the Quickest, Easiest Way to Eliminate Verbal Tics
Now You Know Where the Tics Come From
You Are Not Alone
Hit the Pin, Not the Sand Trap
Don’t Let the Ding A Ling Get You
Eliminating the Source of Your Speaking Discomfort Once and For All
Appear More Confident By Using Smaller Words
You Will Avoid the Data Dump Blues
Never Worry About Remembering Again
The Number 1 Tip for Eliminating Nerves
A Focus Group To Make You Better

Public Speaking On Video

The Video Advantage In All Your Proposals – Quick Win!
Hype Versus Reality – Why Most People Never Create Simple Video
Mastering the Human Side Of Looking and Sounding Your Best on Video
How This course Will Improve Your Business
Your Proposals will Stand Head and Shoulders Above Your Competitors
Your Clients Will Find You Their Most Responsive Partner Ever
Your Website Can Be Video-Centric
Now You Can Answer Frequently Asked Questions Just Once!
Talk Your Customers Through Your Whole Business Process
Have an Even Greater Presence on YouTube
Speak Your Thought Leadership
Your Exciting Video Newsletters Will Outshine Text Newsletters
Facebook Live Will Never Scare You Again
Project Your Best Face on Skype and Zoom
Deliver Keynote Speeches Without Ever Leaving Home
Supercharge Your Public Relations Efforts With Video
The Crisis Communications Secret Weapon
Drastically Reduce Your Time Training Employees and Others

Eliminate Your Fear of Public Speaking

Before We Start, Here is the #1 Tip to Improving Your Communication Skills
Eliminating Speaking Anxiety
Avoid Fake Solutions That Don’t Work
The Process of Eliminating Fear
The Fear of Boring
Rehearse Your Presentation On Video
Cheat the System
Practice Makes…Comfortable
The Confident Speaker’s Attitude
Long-term Speaking Goals and Conclusion

Public Speaking On Conference Calls (Doesn’t seem like public speaking, but is)

Never Confuse Personal Phone Use with Business Telephone Use Again
Why Your Phone is the Best Secret Business App Ever
Planning Your Successful Phone Environment
Final Preparation for Your Successful Phone Meetings
Making Sure Your Phone Passes Your Friend Test
Planning for Winning Conference Calls
Look Prime Time Ready for Your Video Calls
Placing Phone Calls Like the Consummate Professional
Always Knowing the Best Time to Call Clients and Prospects
Now You will Never Wake Up a Client in the Middle of the Night
Answering the Phone so Everybody Knows You are Ready for Business
Your Clients Will Never Think You are Screaming At Them Again
Knowing How to Sound Your Very Best – Every Time
Being a Professional to Every Generation, Regardless of Your Own Preferences
Best Voicemail Messages for Success
Take 1, Take 2, Take 3 Until You Get It Right
Never Be Busy for Clients and Bosses Again
Making Your Phone Disappear At the Perfect Moments
Better Than the Best Hollywood Goodbyes

PowerPoint Presentations Don’t Have To Be Awful If You Follow These Techniques

You Will always Deliver a Great Speech, The PowerPoint is Beside the Point
It is Your Presentation, Not a PowerPoint Presentation
A Guaranteed 2-Part Test for Your Slides
How You Will Never Use Your PowerPoint Slides as a Teleprompter
Advanced PowerPoint and Visuals
Final Thoughts on PowerPoint

Storytelling Is the Public Speakers Best Friend

You Already Know How to Tell Stories
Stories Are the Most Important Part of Great Speeches
How to Make Your Stories About Something Important
Here Is How You Establish the Setting for Your Story?
Share Your Emotions When telling Your Stories
Your Speaking Stories Must Contain Dialogue
What Characters and Conflicts are in Your Story?
Storytelling Conflict
Your Story Must have a Resolution
Don’t Tell Stories, Instead Re-Live Stories
Feedback from Peers
Share on Social Media
Feedback from Live Audiences
Conclusion to Storytelling

Drastically Reduce How Much Time You Have to Spend Preparing Your Speeches

Let’s Start Saving Time Right Away!
Save Time by Focusing On Your Exact Goal
Faster Ways to Come Up with the Perfect Messages
Tips on Final Preparation of Your 5 Message
Your Examples Will Resonate
Use This Cheat Sheet! Time Management Public Speaking
Create PowerPoint Quickly and Effectively
Final Thoughts on Saving Time

Speaking to Large Audiences – A Big Fear For Even Confident Speakers

Learn the Secret to Speaking to Large Audiences
Your Fears Will Melt Away, After This
You Will Speak With Perfect Volume, Once You do This
Your Eyes Will Never Look Lost
Pause for Maximum Affect and Impact
Your PowerPoint Will Illuminate, Not Bore
Possible Outcomes
You Will Achieve Your Speaking Goals
Your Stories Will Captivate
It Is Especially Important to Practice On Video Before Big Audience Gigs
Concluding Thoughts On Speaking to Large Audiences

Introducing Yourself -Speaking About Yourself Doesn’t Have to Be Awkward

The Secret to Introducing Yourself
You Will Avoid doing These Things At All Costs
This Is The Right Way for You
Here is the Single Most Important Thing to Do – 1st Video Rehearsal
Friend Feedback
Your Future Great Introductions

Becoming a Motivational Speaker

Your Message Can Move Millions
How to Make Sure You Have a Motivating Message
Finding What Is So Special About You
Years later, They Will Remember Your Story
Your Process Goes Like This
Bringing Clarity to Your Messages
Master Storytelling
YouTube Role Models
Video Rehearse
Video Refine
Show to Others
Put video on YouTube and Facebook
Tell the World
Speaker Bureaus
Conclusion to Motivational Speaking Section

Public Speaking On Panels

How to Make a Speech in a Business Setting Public Speaking
Never Blunder the Way Most Panelists Do
How can I find out whether my presentation worked?
Master the Ground Rules So You Will Shine
How to start a speech – Public Speaking
Communicate Effectively By Focusing on Your Top Three Messages
How to Manage Time When Giving a Presentation
. Become the Master of the Short Story
How to Make Your Presentation Memorable Public Speaking
Other Tips to Make You Great – Sitting Standing Notes
Public Speaking Rules You Should Never Break Public Speaking
Look at Panelists
How Long Should My Speech Be Public Speaking
Record Actual Presentation
Tell ’em what I’m gonna tell ’em, tell ’em, Public Speaking
Conclusion for Speaking on Panels
How do I know what messages and topics will be Public Speaking

Public Speaking Emergencies!

How Many Slides to Put in a PowerPoint Presentation Public Speaking
Focus on Exactly What You Want Your Audience to Do
How Many Bullet Points Should Be on a PowerPoint Slide Public Speaking
Stop This right Now!
Don’t Use Your PowerPoint Slides to Put People to Sleep Public Speaking
These Are the Three Most Important Ideas in Your Presentation
PowerPoint Slides, One idea Per Slide Public Speaking
Your Story Will Make Your Presentation
PowerPoint Presentations Require 2 Separate PowerPoints Public Speaking
Creating a One-page Outline
PowerPoint Presenters Must Focus on Audience, Not Slides Public Speaking
Quickly Rehearse Your Presentation on Video
PowerPoint Presentations, Prepare for Disasters Public Speaking
You are Good to Go!
How to Test Your PowerPoint Slides for Effectiveness Public Speaking

Public Speaking to Foreign Audiences

Should I read my speech so that I don’t make any mistakes Public Speaking
You Will Communicate Your Messages and Your Passion
How do I remember what to say in a presentation Public Speaking
You Can Prepare in Advance for Success
How to Handle Questions from the Audience Public Speaking
Culture is Everything
How to Handle a Heckler Public Speaking
It Sounds Silly, But this One Tip Helps Massively
What to Do if You’re Losing Your Audience Public Speaking
Creating Your Permanent Reminders for the Audience
How to Keep Your Speech from Being Boring Public Speaking
Working the Room
How to Recover from a Memory Lapse during a Speech Public Speaking
Conclusion to Speaking to Foreign Audiences
How to Smile during a Speech Public Speaking

Common Public Speaking Questions/Topics – And Answers (Short Clips)

What if You are asked a question You Can’t Answer Public Speaking
What is the outcome you want from your presentation Public Speaking
A Positive Attitude for Public Speaking Public Speaking
Brainstorm Every Topic and Message for Your Speech Public Speaking
Can Public Speaking be learned or is it natural born Public Speaking
What is Your Water Cooler Message Public Speaking
How to Make Prepared Remarks as Good as Your Q and A Public Speaking
You Must Communicate with the Head and the Heart Public Speaking
Have a Public Speaking Improvement Plan Public Speaking

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Here is a Collection of 5 of my Public Speaking Books

Conclusion to The Complete English Language Course Improve Spoken English

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