Dribbling and passing are the 2 ways to move the soccer ball around the field. Dribbling is when you keep the ball slightly in front of you as you move with the ball around the field.
Use both feet when you dribble.
Use the inside of your foot to go in straight lines, and the outsides of your feet to change directions and trick your opponent.
Keep your head up while dribbling so you can see where your teammates are (so you can pass) and so you know where your opponents are.
If you want to protect the ball from your opponents for a second or two, it is important to be able to shield the ball, or put your body between the ball and your opponent.
A more advanced skill is being able to turn while you have the ball. One way to do this is you can dribble and then stop quickly by putting your foot on top of the ball and pulling it backwards. A second way to turn is by stepping over the side of the ball with one foot and then using your other foot to kick it slightly the other direction.