"I hope you've been having a good evening," is correct. "You 're having a good evening," is incorrect because you don't know if anyone is having a good evening, unless they tell you.
"Do you know some questions to tell in daily day ?"
"Daily day" is incorrect, that is basically repeating the same thing.
A person doesn't "tell" questions, a person asks questions.
I'm not sure what sort of questions you are looking for.
What time is it?
Where do you live?
What do you like to do in your spare time?
What is your favorite color?
Hope this helps....