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No, I was referring to asking them about the rules, not what you're about to post.
If you don't understand, you could ask what their rules meant, possibly asking, "do you mean this or that, or something else?" -- rather than "do you allow what I want?"
If they ask for well-written chapters, I would also ask whether your writing measures up to their requirements by linking something similar you posted elsewhere already, not something written for their item. Since they're asking for chapters that don't need to be edited, it would not be a good idea to ask them to do the proofreading or editing for you.
So for those items, be aware that you might need to improve your writing skills in order to meet their standards. You might have better luck sending the item owner a suggestion or request, if they accept those, rather than posting your own writing.
If you need help with proofreading and editing, consider using one of the free online grammar checkers, such as Grammarly. You could also study a book on how to write fiction (library nonfiction section 808) or learn from websites like the Purdue OWL. Static items and your Notepad page(s) and some other places around the site have a spellchecker function. There's an early edition of Strunk and White's Elements of Style available online for free at Bartleby.com.
Hope that helps.