I'm horrible at catching typos, so if you're worried about whether you said "word" when you meant "world" I am sooo not your beta.
I will, however, be happy to give you some tips on how you can improve your story so it makes sense, reads well, and engages the reader. I'll also be glad to point out some grammar issues when I see them cropping up multiple times. If you occasionally leave out a comma, I will almost surely fail to notice. On the other hand, if I can see that you consistently send a comma to do a semicolon's job, I'll point it out.
I really do want to help, so if you ask me to read for you, please tell me what your goals are, as well as your age and skill level. If you are wanting a very polished piece for a contest (or something like that), then I suspect you'll want to be held to a higher standard than someone who is wanting to make a casual piece a little more readable.
Please let me know how much revision you are planning to do. If you are wanting to make a few minor corrections and post quickly, then I won't bother thinking of ways you could restructure your plot, change the POV, etc. I'll just look for quick cosmetic changes you can make. On the other hand, if you're thinking of doing a major re-write, then it doesn't make sense for me to make suggestions on things like deleting an adjective or fixing a run-on sentence. Your work will be very different by the time you get to the cosmetic corrections stage, and that sentence might not even be there.
Also tell me the goal of your story- are you trying to write an exciting action story, a heart-felt drama, or a free-spirited piece of humor? Do you have a moral/religious/political point you're trying to make? Is there something specific you're wanting to convey about a particular character or relationship? When I understand exactly what it is you hope to accomplish, I can read with that in mind and make comments that are helpful.