No, that would be the question form - ga i siocled?, with the soft mutation and the question mark.
ca i... means 'I will have/get/be allowed (to have)'
No. mi is sometimes used in some dialects in front of positive statements, and it causes a soft mutation. The question form of verbs undergo soft mutation for a different reason.
I thought that "can" (or "may") is used in the question form. In the positive form, I thought that "ca i" means "I will" or "I'll".
Cael has several meanings, the chief ones being:
- Having/getting (but not in the sense of 'owning')
- Being allowed to, including that meaning of the English forms 'I may have/get' or 'I can have/get' (but not in the sense of 'having the ability to').