I'm just checking whether my understanding of Orberg's text in LLPSI XL is a mistake or whether it's my understanding of parallel text in his answer to Pensum B for that chapter.
In the text, trying to delay Aeneas' departure, Dido asks him: 'Quin etiam hiberno tempore classem ornas et per medios Aquilones navigare properas!
Why don't you spend the winter repairing the fleet and sail during the season of Aquilones (when that wind blows)?
In the answer to Pensum B for XL he has her saying to Aeneas: 'Sperasne, perfide hospes, te tantum nefas dissimulare posse et hiberno tempore clam hinc decedere?
Do you think, dishonest guest, that you can just hide your evil deed and secretly leave in winter?
Now I'm sure the Latin is fine but it doesn't make narrative sense..vis a vis the Chapter - or am I missing something?