I started to become interested in German when I first found Rammstein. They might be the reason I went into it in high school instead of Spanish.
Now that I have studied some German, I think that their lyrics are almost...bland. Very simple and sometimes repetitive. They're definitely a good learning tool. Learned to count by listening to "Sonne!"
No, both Konjunktiv I and II (Präsens) forms for ihr are könntet. See http://konjugator.reverso.net/konjugation-deutsch-verb-k%C3%B6nnen.html. The past (Präteritum) form for ihr is konntet (no umlaut).
könnt is used for both the Präsens form for ihr and as the Imperativ. Nothing else.
Hm, I think canoonet is more reliable for grammar than reverso. Please take a look at
Konjunktiv II is past tense, as mazzola.luca said, so I think his question remains
EDIT: Can not be Subjunctive II due to different conjugation of the verb...
I believe that would be Kannst du mein Laufen hören?
But note: the English sentence is not entirely grammatically correct. It should be "Can you hear
my running?" or perhaps "Can you hear me
, running?" (The latter is more explicitly "Can you hear me, [while I am] running?")
So in the former, "running" is a gerund, which is grammatically a noun. And while "can" and "hear" are both verbs, "can" is an auxiliary verb, which works with "hear", and there are well-established rules for that.
I do not know how you would properly translate the latter into German.