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What are the nouns in this sentence?

She liked thick crusts better than the thin and crispy type, but she wasn't really fussy.

Are they: liked, crusts, thin, crispy, type,

Or are they just: liked, and crusts. Is type a noun too in that sentence?

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    Yes. The two nouns are crusts and type.

    The verbs are liked and was.

    The adjectives are thick, thin, crispy, fussy.

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