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FACULDADE ALFREDO NASSER
COURSE: LETRAS – LN4/2013
APARECIDA DE GOIÂNIA – GO
TEACHER: ARIANE PEIXOTO
STUDENTS: ALEX ALVES DA COSTA
ANGÉLICA ROSA DE PAULA
JAIRO SANTOS DE OLIVEIRA
MARIA DO CARMO SILVA
MOVIE WORKSHEET NOTTING HILL
1) Order the sentences below according to the sequence of the events in the story.
1. c- William‟s house.
2.d- Anna and William meet for the first time in a bookshop.
3.a- Will takes Anna to his sister‟s birthday party.
4. e- Anna and William sleep together.
5. b- Hundreds of paparazzi arewaiting outside.
6. f- William decides to end his relation with Anna because they live in different worlds.
7.g- Will decides to go after Anna and asks the receptionist of the hotel where Anna is.
8.h-Anna and William get married.
2) The following sentences test your comprehension of a passage from the film nothing
hill, some days after Anna and William‟s first meeting. Say whether the sentences are
TRUE or FALSE according to what you have seen. Correct the false statements.
a- William works in a hotel. (F) – He is the owner of a bookshop.
b- Anna loves William. (T)
c- William has two sisters and one is paraplegic. (T)
d- William‟s apartment is very tidy. (F) – His apartment is a mess.
e- William goes to the hotel where Anna is and says he is a member of her family. (F) –
He says he works for a magazine called Horses and Hound.
3) Complete the sentences below with one word, according to what you are told in the
a- Max, William‟s brother-in-law, has problems with the cooking.
b- William‟s youngest sister‟s name is Honey.
c- Anna is a vegetarian. (Eating habits)
d- Bella and Max can‟t have a baby.
e- Will‟s youngest sister is in love with Spike.
f- When Will goes to Anna‟s hotel room, he feels disappointed because he meets
4) The following text in an extract from the dialogue between William and Anna. Read
W- Oh Jesus. Here, let me help.
He grabs some paper napkins and starts to clean it off – getting far too near her breasts
in the panic of it…
A- What are you doing?!
He jumps back.
W- Nothing, nothing… Look, I live just over the street. You could get cleaned up.
A- No thank you. I need to get my car back.
W- I also have a phone. I‟m confident that in five minutes we can have you spick and
span and back on the street again… in the non-prostitute sense obviously.
A- Okay. So what does „just over the street‟ mean give it to me in yards.
W- Eighteen yards. That‟s my house there.
Anna accepts his offer. They enter. She carries a few stylish bags.
W- Come on in. I‟ll just… it‟s a mess. He kicks some old shoes under the stairs, bins an
unfinished pizza and hides a plate of breakfast in a cupboard.
She enters the kitchen.
W- It‟s not that tidy, I fear. The bathroom is right at the top of the stairs and there‟s a
phone on the desk up there.
Answer the questions.
a- Where are William and Ann when they meet for the second time?
They were at the street.
b-What does William spill over Anna?
He spills orange juice.
c- Is William‟s house tidy or a mess?
It‟s a mess.
d- What does he offer Anna to drink before she leaves? Does she accept it?
He offers her some tea, water, juice among others but she doesn‟t accept anything.
5) Choose the correct option.
a-Anna/Bella/Maxcannot have a baby because of a paraplegia.
b-William/Bella/Spike works in a bookshop.
c- William/Honey/Annain an actress.
d- Anna gives William a present: a travel book/a painting.
e- Spike was surprised to find Anna, the Hollywood star, in his bathroom/ bedroom.
6) Match and form sentences about the film.
d- spend their whole lives together.”
2. William cannot find…
g- his glasses.
3. William goes to the…
f- cinema with his scuba-diving goggles.
5. Jeff, Anna‟s boyfriend, asks William… a- for some ice cold still water.
6. William sits alone…
7. We can see…
b- on a bus.
e- a big picture of Anna at the back of the bus.
7) Complete the sentences using the right word from the box below.
Hugh Grant plays William Thacker, the l- owner of a small bookstore in
London‟s Notting Hill (described as “a small village in the middle of a city”). He‟s an
average Joe – When he‟s not working, he spends time with his friends and his wacky
Welsh 2- flatmate, but has no romantic life to speak of. One day, however, the bedrock
of his existence shifts when Anna Scott (Julia Roberts), the most famous 3- actress in
the world, walks through the door to his little 4- shop. Anna is in London to publicize a
new film. Later, William literally runs into her in the street, 5- spilling orange juice all
over her. 6- Embarrassed, he invites her to his place to clean up. Much to his surprise,
she accepts his 7- offer and, after changing outfits, she gives him a lingering 8- kiss on
the lips. William is immediately smitten and so, apparently, is Anna. Thus begins a 9-
tempestuous relationship that asks whether a star can live happily ever after with
someone who has never had his face in the 10- papers.
8) Choose one of the options below and write a text of about 100 words.
a) Sum up the story of the film.
b) Choose one character and write about him/her (you can choose more than one).
Anna Scott is one of the main protagonists. In the movie she is one of the most
well-known actresses of the world and is visiting London to launch her latest movie.
Physically speaking she is skinny, tall, white skin, brown hair and dark eyes. Her
behavior shows that she is an intelligent woman but she struggles at maintaining her
private life separated from the media. She seems calm, nonetheless when she felt
betrayed by Will she lost her temper. Emotionally it can be said that she is not happy in
her relationship and by chance while in the city she meets William who she instantly
falls in love with.