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Here is some baseline code:

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{parskip}

\begin{document}
Hello
I am here

I am here?


How about here?

\end{document}

that gets:

Hello I am here
I am here?
How about here?

but I want there to be, for example, two lined of spacing between I am here? and How about here?. How can I accomplish this? Do I need \\?

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Your code already produces a blank line between paragraphs:

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If you want to increase the space, use

\usepackage[skip=3cm]{parskip}

which produces

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Choose whatever space you need.

Never use \\ to try to force space between paragraphs.

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