Electrical current is the flow of electric charge from positive voltage to negative voltage. We now know that electrons move through conductors from negative voltages to positive voltage. We had a 50⁄50 chance of guessing “right”, so, yeah.
Electrical current is the flow of charge per time, which is measured in units of ampere (A), often called an “amp”. One amp is one coloumb of charge flowing per second. One coloumb is approximately 6.