"I come from Germany."
Translation:Ich komme aus Deutschland.
Yes of course! You are still at the very beginning of the German course. There are plenty more conjugations waiting for you to be learned...
The past forms of kommen are:
Ich kam = "I came"
Du kamst = "You came"
Er/sie/es kam = "He/she/it came"
Wir kamen = "We came"
Ihr kamt = "You came" (plural)
Sie kamen = "They came"
You can translate the English sentence both ways:
I come from Germany.
= Ich komme aus Deutschland.
= Ich bin aus Deutschland.
There is a small ambivalence, however, with the first translation as that might mean – given a specific context – that you are arriving from Germany and not necessarily that you originate from there.