...save some of the stuff i have in the NTFS partitions, like some songs, movies, some documents.... is it possible to import them into the linux partitions if yes .... how???
It is absolutely possible to import music, movie, and document files to Linux partitions. One easy way would be to burn them to CD (DVD for the movies if they are large) and copy them back once you've finished messing around with your partitions. The only restrictions are for a few proprietary file types (Microsoft prefers Windows media to only work with Windows), but you may be able to Google for and download codecs that will allow you to decode these file types as well. If you use common file types such as .mp3 for music, .jpg for pictures, .doc for documents, and .mpeg for movies, you can easily find Linux programs that work with them.
However, if I were you, I'd back up every
file I wanted to keep from both the Windows side and the Linux side. Then I would zero fill the entire hard drive to destroy every partition, file, program, operating system--the works. (Zero-filling is also known as low level formatting.) If you don't have a zero fill program, download DBAN (Darik's Boot And Nuke--Google it). Once you have zero-filled your hard drive, it is like having a brand new hard drive--it's completely blank. With a blank drive, it is much easier to reinstall Linux and you won't have to deal with the complexities of moving or resizing partitions. After you have reinstalled Linux, you can restore your music, movies, and documents from the backup you made.