The thing that makes this tricky: In Portuguese, we're constantly reminding you to get your gender straight. And I'm not talking about your sexual preference here não! It's a constant struggle to keep word gender correct, certo?
Muito or Muita?
Minha cerveja está gelada.
Meu vinho está gelado.
We're going to use all-alcoholic examples in this post. Warning.
What happens when you add a very to the, cold? : very cold --> muito or muita gelado/a?
Answer: always use muito. VERY == MUITO. Sempre.
This seems to go against what you've learned about gender agreement! The explanation for this comes down to rules for adverbs versus adjectives, but for practical purposes, all you need to remember is this:
When talking about the degree (very), always use muito.
When talking about quantity (a lot of), use muito or muita as needed to agree with the thing you're talking about.
✱ This one's tricky! It seems like it's degree because it translates as very (degree). BUT... in Portuguese, you are actually saying I have lots of thirst! So, it's really quantity: muita sede.