I this translation correct?"I can be have=puedo tener
"I can be have" is in Spanish "puedo tener
Do you mean, I can have? or are you trying to say that you can be have as in you being possess.
If you mean, I can have, then you are correct "puedo tener"
Puedo ser poseido means I can be have or I can be possess.
Puedo tener = I can have, ¿Puedo tener? = can I have?
I can have = Puedo tener
No puedes decir que "I can be have". Esta frase significa "Puedo ser tener" en castellano y es incorrecto. Sólo un verbo es usado después de los verbos modales tal como "can", "may", "might", "must", "should"
Your answer depends on whether you are making a statement or asking a question.
Statement: I can have. I may have. I might have.
Question: Can I have? May I have? Might I have?
The question 'Might I have' would be more common in the UK than it is in the US, but it is correct in either place.
As many above have said. Or you could say" I am able to have" which I believe would be" Soy capaz de tener"