At Darfyx you will find the exercises you need to practice and finally learn what you saw in class. But what if you are not taking classes?
You can learn from the websites below. Of course it's always best having a teacher, but in these selected pages you will find quality live and online courses that can leverage your German from whatever stage it is currently at. But then, when you feel you need more practicing material, you may always come back to Darfyx for more!
Goethe Institut- operating in over 90 countries, Goethe Institut is a German government run institution whose aim is to promote German culture around the world. That is primarily done through the German language, offering courses, teacher training, compiling material, etc. They also promote and encourage cultural events and art forms. Last, but never least, a lot of their units have free and open to the public libraries with comprehensive collections of video, audio and reading material for all levels.
BBC Languages : German- this well-known British broadcast company has a side project of selecting and displaying on their website online courses for all major languages. German, of course, had to be among them. The courses are all free and nicely divided into proficiency levels, although advanced speakers may feel somewhat left out. As any online teaching method, their efficiency vary greatly on your own effort. Other than that, there are numerous other tips, help topics and general information that will further encourage your learning.
Deutsche Welle- this is an international German broadcaster that is watched and listened from all continents. If you have it at your home, you should dedicate some of your time to watch (or listen on the radio) as you will pick up pronunciation and new words. On their website they select and promote free German courses organized according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (which regards different skill levels). They also offer podcasts and newsletters.