Is it possible to use the structure of a question but to make commands?
Like these ones.
Don't you talk back to me young Landy.
Oh, Don't you worry. I'll be fine.
I have another question.
Can simple present and present continuous also be used as imperative?
You sit right there.
Think about a situation where someone is about to leave but you don't want them to. So you tell them: You sit right there.
Obviously you're not stating a fact that that person is sitting there but you're giving them command.
I have seen this kind of sentences in movies and series a lot(and I mean a lot ).
Am I right about them? If they are not imperative, what are they?