29.Which of the following is NOT shared by all naturally occurring languages? (A) Languages consist of recurrent elements which occur in regular patterns of relationships. (B) Sequences of sounds or letters do not inherently possess meaning. (C) Each language reflects the social requirements of the society that uses it. (D) Linguists traditionally divide a language into different levels for description and analysis, such as phonology, morphology, syntax, and discourse, and in actual use these levels do not interact or function simultaneously.