I’ve searched my question on the site and found a similar one All of them are wearing an orange shirt. OR All of them are wearing orange shirts
I’ve read it and I feel there might be a slight difference between my question and this one.
All of them are wearing an orange shirt.
Both Amy and I are wearing a scarf.
Of course, each person is wearing a scarf.
In the sentence, “Amy” and “I” sound more like two individual people, different from “them”.
So does “Both Amy and I are wearing a scarf” sound right?
Do I still have to say “Both Amy and I are wearing scarves.”?