Is “It sounds like she started cooking” a complex sentence?

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It sounds like that she started cooking
versus
It sounds like she started cooking.

Are these the same or different? Are they complex sentences?
 

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The first is incorrect. The second is OK. I don't know whether it counts as "complex" or not.
 

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Nanu1, please do not post the same thread more than once. New posts/threads must first clear moderation before they can be displayed.
 

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Nanu1, please do not post the same thread more than once. New posts/threads must first clear moderation before they can be displayed.
Sorry, bimistake It was again posted.
 

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Sorry. [STRIKE]bimistake[/STRIKE] [STRIKE]It was again posted.[/STRIKE] I posted it twice by mistake.

See above.
 
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