Warning, this is a beginner question...
Chapter 1, Sententiae 7, Conservate me!
The answer key published here says protect me.
Yet, in the optional exercices, #20 is also Conservate me, with the answer in Wheelock as save me.
Another example is Apollo me saepe servat, translated here as Appollo often saves me.
So what would be the difference between conservate me, and servate me? I assume it's some sort of nuance that I am not catching. From my first reading of the chapter, I understood "servare" as protect, and "conservare" as save, but first readings are often wrong. I am now looking for guidance.
Oh, and Happy New year! Bonne année.