Today in my English class my teacher taught us about the "plan" verb using it in present perfect.
I was curious what is the right pronunciation of "planned" in American or British accent because as far as I have read in other books and sources, the "ed" sound in this word is pronunciated as /d/.
I also use applications like Elsa Speak which I think is good to improve the pronunciation and when I try the word "planned" I pronunciate it as "plant" and I got a score of 90% but my teachers pronunciation of "ed" in "planned" sounds like /z/.
Are "planned" and "plant" pronunciated same way?
I also checked them in dictionary.cambridge.org which as far as I know it is the "ultimate" or "official" way to pronunciate the words and the phonemes for these words are different. I wonder if "you can pronunciate planned as plant and people will understand you in most of cases" applies in this case?