These are the standard calls you use on the RJ. Pilot Not Flying is pilot monitoring and Pilot Flying is pilot on the controls. Typical of jets:
PNF: "80 kts" (or 90 or 100 depending on jet - the low energy/high energy braking threshold for rejects) PF says "check".
PNF: "V1" (passing decision speed)
PNF: "Rotate" (passing Vr. Often V1 and Vr are the same, or so close together and the jet accelerating so fast, you pretty much say them as one word, "Veeonerotate")
PNF: "Positive rate" (when the vertical speed indicator comes off zero - PF calls "gear up")
PF: "Speed mode" (When passing V2 + 10 or 20 kt - PNF selects speed mode on flight director which gives pitch commands to maintain the set speed)
PF: "Heading mode" (if ATC has provided a departure heading - PNF selects HDG on flight director, which gives bank commands to maintain the set heading) OR
PF: "Nav mode" (if the departure clearance involves flying routing that is programmed into the FMS - PNF selects NAV in the flight director)
Passing 400 ft:
PF: "Autopilot on" (PNF engages autopilot; you're not allowed to engage autopilot below that). Hands off the controls.
Passing 1000 ft, the PF dials up the speed bug on the flight director, typically 200 kt, and lets the airplane accelerate and calls "Flaps X", and/or "Flaps up" as the retraction speeds are passed.
You then continue to 3000 ft and dial the speed up to the normal departure climb speed, usually 230 to 250kt and off you go.