Suppose a mother takes her kid to a park. Mother lets her child go and play and the child gets the playing started. The mother begins reading newspaper for a couple of minutes. The mother turns her head and sees that her child is playing in a dusty place and getting soiled.
Soil as a noun means:
- The material on the surface of the ground in which plants grow.
Soil as a verb means:
- To make something dirty, especially with solid waste: soiled nappies/underwear/sheets.
What should the mother tell her kid?
- Get out of there; you're soiling yourself/your clothes.
- Get out of there; you're making yourself/your clothes soiled.
- Get out of there; you're making yourself/your clothes dusty
- Get out of there; you're getting soiled.
- Get out of there; you're getting dusty.