Yes, self-driving cars will also send us round the bell (check the meaning of this idiom), just like the people who come with you in the car sometimes do. Another good expression to learn is 'to drive someone crazy' (here's the song She drives me crazy by Fine Young Cannibals)
And here's English with Lucy talking about 10 grammar errors that drive British people crazy >>>>
Read this related article:
Our Googledrivers will send us round the bend (The Times)
And some others:
Ready for the robot revolution? (BBC News)
If robots are the future of work, where do humans fit in? (The Guardian)
Activities for my 2º ESO students: What would you do if you had a robot? Will your life be easier or more difficult if you have a robot at home? Have you got any kind of robot now? You can watch this New That's English episode.
Here's a listening exercise to do: Robot therapist (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Most important information regarding grants for our 1º and 2º ESO students (for further information, here's my site)
INMERSIÓN LINGÜÍSTICA VERANO 2018 PARA 1º Y 2º DE E.S.O.
El B.O.E. del 7 de abril de 2018 publicó el Extracto de la Resolución de 22 de febrero de 2018 de la Secretaría de Estado de Educación, Formación Profesional y Universidades por la que se convocan ayudas para participar en un Programa de Inmersión Lingüística en colonias de vacaciones, organizado por el Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte para el verano de 2018.
And now let's relax and learn English with Ed Sheeran 'Shape of You'
- Episode 280307 / 28 March 2018 >>> Cross-border sugar fix - Language related to 'Taxation'. Need-to-know language: sugar tax, half the price, revenue-raising measure, policies & fall in consumption.