There are a lot of different types of veroboard. This one has all solder joints on a row connected. That would limit your board to maximum 10 nets, but it's common to cut rows in two or more separate parts.
Connections on a solderless breadboard are completely different; they have rows of 5 connections instead of the 14 here, and a couple of long rails for power.
Because of the difference in layout I wouldn't try to convert one into the other, but go back to the schematic and layout the breadboard from that. (You do have a schematic, don't you?) If a schematic is built up logically it may be easier to transform that into a breadboard layout than to start from what you now have.