The first image above is the alphabet as it corresponds with English, just as it shows. I also made an icon package a few years ago based on it shown below. I'm not sure what the 2nd set of symbols stand for as there are 40 characters, but they are seen in the newer films.
Seriously though, it is a strange thing for any alphabet to have corresponding letters to each of our letters in our alphabet unless they are also of West Germanic origin. Most languages on earth do not have corresponding alphabets that relate directly to English unless they have the same root origin (French, Spanish, etc). Japanese has over 40 characters in each of two different alphabets and they use Kanji (Chinese) characters also, in which there are thousands of symbols. Whoever put the Yautja alphabet into corresponding letters in English, did so in order to make a font, which can be found in a download HERE